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A new partner for Anthony Harper’s property specialty

July 13, 2020

Lythan Chapman Business Development and Marketing Manager
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Tim Bunker is appointed a new partner within Anthony Harper’s national property team


Anthony Harper is delighted to announce the appointment of Tim Bunker as a partner in our property practice.


“Tim has risen through the ranks at Anthony Harper, gaining extensive experience across a wide range of property matters. He is highly regarded for providing pragmatic, solutions-focused advice” said Malcolm Hurley, Managing Partner at Anthony Harper.


“It has been a pleasure to watch Tim’s career grow. He is ranked in international directories, was a finalist in the Young Private Practice Lawyer of the Year at the 2015 Law Awards and, last year, was recognised as a “Rising Star” in the Legal 500 Asia Pacific.”


Tim adds, “I am honoured by the commitment Anthony Harper has shown to me and the advancement of my legal career. I am incredibly fortunate to work with a fantastic team on some of New Zealand’s leading projects”.


“Anthony Harper has gone from strength to strength since entering the Auckland market in 2010, with a real emphasis on building depth and nurturing homegrown talent. As the first internal partnership appointment in the Auckland office, my promotion marks a milestone for the firm. I am absolutely delighted to be joining the partnership.”


In 2019 Anthony Harper won the Employer of Choice Award at the New Zealand Law Awards. We have won the award four times since 2015. We are proud of our positive, inclusive work environment and prouder still of our exceptional people.

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