I am currently a litigation lawyer at Lee Salmon Long in Auckland. I also enjoy volunteering at the Auckland Central Community Law Centre where I am rostered to host Thursday evening drop-in clinics.
I hold undergraduate degrees in law (with honours) and French from Victoria University. I graduated and was admitted to the bar in 2012, after which I worked as a judge’s clerk and then as a junior Crown lawyer specialising in anti-discrimination law, before heading overseas to complete my Masters at Cambridge University.
I wanted to get involved with the NZAF because I believed in its goals of ending new transmissions and supporting those living with HIV and wanted to work hard to help it achieve them. I’m grateful for all the work the organisation has done in the past which has meant I was able to grow up with access to the information I needed about HIV and AIDS, and want to help ensure the momentum continues for the next generation.