DDI: 09 985 6934
Amy grew up in Auckland and studied a LLB and BA (majoring in German, Politics and International Relations) at the Victoria University of Wellington. While studying, Amy was involved with Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley, volunteering at the women’s, refugee and family law sessions, where she discovered her passion for family law.
DDI: 09 985 6924
Kristy has recently joined Denham Bramwell after working for the conveyancing team in a law firm in South Auckland. She completed her Honours Degree in Law from the University of Auckland in 2014 and was admitted to the Bar in July 2015.
DDI: 09 985 6935
Rachel graduated from the University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Law and Arts (majoring in Psychology). She knew early on that she wanted to practice in family law and gained first in class in the subject. Rachel’s passion to problem solve drives her to work diligently and creatively to achieve the best possible results for her clients.
Rebecca graduated from Otago with a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Science (majoring in psychology) from the University of Otago. After spending two years practising at a specialist family law firm in Napier, Rebecca moved to Auckland to continue her legal career, with an ongoing focus on family law.
DDI: 09 985 6918
Reuben might be one of the newer member’s on the team at Denham Bramwell, but he certainly brings extensive experience with him. A conjoint degree in Law and Commerce at Auckland University kick-started his career, which included working for over a decade in the ‘big four’ accounting firms in Auckland, Singapore, Melbourne and London advising multi-national companies in the areas of international tax and transfer pricing.
DDI: 09 985 6911
Tayla graduated with a bachelor of laws from the University of Waikato in 2014.
During her studies Tayla did an internship with the New Zealand Police in her home town Gisborne. Tayla says that time spent working within the community inspired her passion for helping people and her decision to pursue a career in family law.