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Chen Palmer Completes Nationwide Expansion

Chen Palmer Completes Nationwide Expansion


Chen Palmer, New Zealand’s top public and employment law specialists, has completed their expansion into Auckland, growing its national reach and legal firepower.

Chen Palmer’s nationwide transition has gone smoothly and the firm has already hit the ground running.

“Our Auckland office sits in the heart of the Auckland CBD, and our Wellington team remains a stone’s throw from the Beehive. Our clients are enjoying the advantages of the Auckland and Wellington offices,” said Founding Partner Mai Chen.

“I will be devoting my time equally between Chen Palmer’s two offices,” said Mai Chen.

Attached to this release is a photograph of Chen Palmer’s expanded and experienced team of lawyers who will be servicing clients in both Auckland and Wellington.

“Despite expanding our teams are busy. That bodes well for further expansion in the future.” concluded Mai Chen.

Chen Palmer’s new offices will be based at Level 14, 52 Swanson Street, Auckland.

Chen Palmer is the specialist public and employment law Firm and has been operating in Wellington since 1994, Chen Palmer was the Winner of the NZ Law Awards 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 for best Public Law Firm; and runner up 2012 best Public Law Firm. Chen Palmer was also named the Best Boutique Law Firm in 2010.


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