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New employment partner for MinterEllisonRudd Watts

9 November 2004

New employment partner for Minter Ellison Rudd Watts

Trans-Tasman law firm, Minter Ellison Rudd Watts, has appointed Jennifer Mills as a partner in our 13 member National Human Resources and Industrial Relations team.

Jennifer joins partners Charles Chauvel and Karen Spackman, senior associates Megan Richards and Erin Davies, HR consultant Deborah Jones and their team of 7 lawyers in our national Human Resources & Industrial Relations practice.

Jennifer has twelve years' legal experience, and is an extremely well-regarded employment lawyer who has acted for a number of major corporates. She adds talent and drive to our national practice in the key Auckland market.

ENDS

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