Andrew Butler, as convenor of the New Zealand Law Society
’s Human Rights and Privacy Committee, has dedicated his time to fostering the broader national dialogue on human rights, devoting many hours to the review of proposed legislation and government policy papers from a human rights perspective.
However, this is far from the full extent of Butler’s pro bono activities; other examples include managing his firm’s long-standing relationship with the Wellington Community Law Centre, and assisting the trans-Tasman charity So They Can in registering as a charitable institution.
Partner, Russel McVeagh (2007)
|Years of Experience:
- General editor of Thomson Reuters' Equity and Trusts in New Zealand (2nd edition, 2009)
- Co-author of LexisNexis' New Zealand Bill of Rights Act: A Commentary (2006)
- New Zealand Law Foundation: Trustee (since 2007) and Chair (since 2013)
- New Zealand Law Society Human Rights and Privacy Committee: Convenor (since 2007)
- PhD, European University Institute, Florence (1994-1997)
- LLM, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto (1989-1990)
- BCL (Hons, First Class), University College Dublin(1986-1989)
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