Phone 09 427 0550
Physical address

NorthHarbourLaw House,
3 Alice Avenue,
Orewa.

History

North Harbour Law is the product of a merger between Hunt Edward Worker and North Harbour Law. The new firm and its predecessors have been providing legal services to the public of Orewa and the Whangaparaoa Peninsula for more than 25 years.

The firm traces its beginnings back to Warren Kay who opened the first fulltime legal office in Orewa. Warren was joined in partnership by Jeremy Dillon and that firm became Kay & Dillon until they went their separate ways in 1997.

Chris Hunt took over the practice of Jeremy Dillon in 1999 and eventually merged with Tony Edward in 2001. Tony had been practising as resident partner of Rennie Cox in Orewa up until that time. This firm became Hunt Edward.

The firm also has as its predecessor Bruce Laird who was in practice in Orewa for more than 20 years on his own account until he was joined in partnership by Richard Worker in 2003. Bruce Laird then retired in 2005 and Richard merged Laird Worker with Hunt Edward to become Hunt Edward Worker.

Warren Kay was joined in partnership at North Harbour Law by Nicolene du Toit in 2004. Following Warren's retirement from practice in 2006, Nicolene merged North Harbour Law with Hunt Edward Worker.

North Harbour Law has four partners, Chris Hunt, Richard Worker, Nicolene du Toit and Tony Edward.

The firm employs one associate solicitor, five staff solicitors and six legal executives and provides a full range of legal services to the Orewa and Hibiscus Coast community.

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