Caroline is passionate about addressing the justice gap. She became a lawyer to see justice available for all. Caroline used to work as a partner at ABMM, the leading law and dispute resolution practise. Before that she practiced in criminal defence and general civil law. She is the president of the Taranaki branch of the New Zealand Law Society, Te Kahui Ture O Aotearoa.
Anjie brings legal practise management and people skills to tackle the challenge of creating a lean, affordable and just law firm. In England she was a litigation manager in a top UK law firm. You might recognise Anjie from her other career in real estate.
Mark is keen to focus on advocacy for diverse and marginalised groups building on the community work he focused on during his study at Victoria and later Waikato University. Mark has worked in trades and small business so brings a different perspective to law.
Jamie is driven by helping people, businesses and organisations making an impact for a better world. A chartered accountant (ICAEW) and specialist advisor to start-ups and innovative organisations, Jamie brings insights to help us tackle the big challenges of delivering new ways for people to access justice and early hauora support.