Kimberley joined Holland Beckett in July 2016 and works in the Resource Management team.
Prior to joining Holland Beckett, Kimberley worked in general practice at a local firm and in research at the Centre for Environmental Resources and Energy Law where she co-authored a government-funded report designing a legal framework for carbon capture and storage.
Since joining Holland Beckett, Kimberley has gained experience acting for private, corporate and local authority clients in relation to plan reviews and changes, resource consent applications, and enforcement matters. She has also appeared as junior counsel on hearings in the Environment Court and in mediation.
- Assisted in representing clients on the proposed Bay of Plenty Regional Coastal Environment Plan; and
- Advised on and assisted clients with respect to claims for customary marine title and protected customary rights under the Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Act 2011.
- LLB (Hons) Waikato University 2011
- LLM (First Class Hons) Waikato University 2013
- Admitted to the Bar in 2011
- Volunteer at Baywide Community Law Centre
- Committee Member of the Resource Management Law Association, Bay of Plenty Branch