DUNCAN KING LAW - Key Persons
Widely travelled and comfortable conversing in French and Spanish as well as English Campbell prides himself on his ability to listen and to generate a genuine understanding of each individual client's needs and motivations, enabling him to offer advice and implement strategies to achieve those specific goals.
Dedicated, professional and personable Campbell enjoys an array of activities when not in the office, ranging from movie watching to concert-going, with a passion for sports, particularly football, thrown in for good measure.
- Registered Legal Executive
Most of George's time is now spent sailing and enjoying the company of his familiy, but his wisdom is still available to be tapped from time to time.
John's experience in almost every aspect of the Law, gained over his time as a partner in Wadsworth Ray and its predecessors, allows him to lead and mentor the Duncan King team in his role as the firm's Consultant .
Over the years John has nurtured long-lasting relationships with a host of loyal clients, becoming a trusted and integral part of their day-to-day business dealings.
Acting for a number of substantial businesses and property owners John has focused his attentions of late primarily in the fields of Commercial Property and Business Law, whilst still finding time to continue to look after his established and long-term clients.
- Fellow / Registered Legal Executive
- Registered Legal Executive
Kendal started working in law in the 1980s. She qualified as a legal executive and worked in a large law firm in the City. Kendal left the City lifestyle to have children and then returned to law in a suburban practice, where she gained knowledge and experience in a wide range of law. Kendal specialises in residential conveyancing and can assist with wills and some commercial conveyancing work. Kendal is a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Legal Executives.
When not at work Kendal enjoys a sporting lifestyle. She is an active spectator and supporter of her kids sports and enjoys the outdoors.
- Director, Notary Public
Kristine works primarily in the areas of property, commercial law and trusts and has a passion for working with property developers and property traders.
In addition to her legal work, Kristine is the Auckland area legal speaker for the ANZ Property Unlocked Seminar series and undertakes staff training on property issues for organisations such as ANZ and Bayleys. Kristine also provides specialist advice to the New Zealand Law Society on property matters during her work as a Standards Committee member.
- Registered Legal Executive - Estates
- Member of the Community Service Organisation Rotaract
Shaun graduated from the University of Otago in 2013 and acts for clients on a broad range of commercial and property matters, from conveyancing and subdivisions to commercial leases and business transactions.
Outside of work Shaun is a member of the community service organisation Rotaract, and participates and organises a variety of community service and environmental projects, both in Auckland and abroad.