3 new directors at Queen City Law

By Marcus Beveridge

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Bradley So, Tom Huang and Tina Hwang as Directors of Queen City Law. These promotions reflect their leadership, hard work and excellence coupled with their dedication to client service.

Bradley leads the Immigration Team, and first joined Queen City Law in 2009. Bradley always brings positivity to the office. He empowers and mentors the lawyers and the support staff, all while providing exceptional client service and maintaining robust client relationships. Read more about Bradley, here.

Tom has been with Queen City Law since 2013. His expertise is in property development work, commercial property, finance and real estate. Tom is highly regarded by clients and staff alike and is dedicated to creating tailored legal solutions to fit all clients’ needs. Read more about Tom, here.

Tina leads Queen City Law’s Property Team and has been part of the team since 2010. Tina specialises in property, construction, finance, employment and estate planning. She has exceptional attention to detail and her high-quality work invariably results in excellent client outcomes. Read more about Tina, here.

Bradley, Tom and Tina are amongst the very best in their respective fields and join Marcus who remains Managing Director of the firm. The team at Queen City Law is very proud of their achievements and excited about what the coming years will bring.

We await NZLS approval for the new directorships.

Along with the appointment of our new Directors, Queen City Law is also pleased to announce the promotion of Max Shin to Senior Associate, Aimee Young to General Manager, Harris Gu & Luke Beveridge to Senior Lawyer, Polina Boyarchenko to Senior Legal Executive and Alex Baldwin to Immigration Specialist.

Read more about Max, here. Read more about Aimee, here. Read more about Harris, here. Read more about Luke, here. Read more about Polina, here. Read more about Alex, here

We have taken care to ensure that the information given is accurate, however it is intended for general guidance only and it should not be relied upon in individual cases. Professional advice should always be sought before any decision or action is taken.