Ngāi Tahu Māori Law Centre

We provide a free legal service for Māori land matters and aim to educate and empower all members of our community.

Welcome Grace and Caitlin

Kia ora e te whānau,

Nau mai haere mai to Caitlin Smith and Grace O’Hagan, our two new law clerks on the scene at the Ngāi Tahu Māori Law Centre. Both have law degrees from Otago University and are working towards completing their Professionals later this year.

Caitlin has a strong research background, having worked as a Research Assistant for the Otago Law Faculty before joining us. She has volunteered for a number of community organisations, including Community Law Otago, Pride in Law Otago, and Ōtepoti Collective Against Sexual Abuse.

Grace completed a Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Development alongside her law degree. Similar to Caitlin, Grace has spent time volunteering for various community organisations, such as Citizens Advice Bureau, Community Law Otago and Law for Change.

We are thrilled to have these two new kaimahi on the team, who have a clear drive to promote access to justice and to help clients achieve their goals with whenua Māori.

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