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Qualifications : LLB, University of Otago.

Campbell has been practicing law since 2008, and joined Tompkins Wake in 2012; advising on all aspects of property law, with a specialist focus on agribusiness, commercial property and local government property.

Campbell also provides commercial and not-for-profit entities with structure, regulatory and governance advice, drafting and interpreting commercial agreements and works with Tompkins Wake's private clients, specialising in succession planning, asset protection and trusts. 

Campbell has expertise in the overseas investment regime, Crown minerals, and the emissions trading scheme, and works with both domestic and international clients in these areas. 

Areas of expertise

  • Agribusiness Transactions
  • Agribusiness - Structuring
  • Charities and Incorporated Societies
  • Commercial Property Transactions
  • Crown Minerals - Oil and Gas
  • Emissions Trading Scheme
  • Forestry
  • Local Government Property
  • Overseas Investment
  • Succession Planning
  • Trusts and Asset Protection
  • Wills and Estate Planning

 

Practice areas