our team

The commitment, experience and ability of our team enables the firm to deal with complex work in addition to our client's day-to-day legal needs.

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The Firm

Lockhart Legal was established on 1st October 2009 by Mason Lockhart on his return to New Zealand after working as a Senior Legal Advisor for Heineken International in Amsterdam. In February 2011, Lockhart Legal acquired the practice of Derek Cutting & Co and the practice shifted from Newton to 31-33 Great South Road. Lockhart Legal acquired the practices of David Thwaite in May 2012 and John Sellers in July 2015. In March 2021 the practice moved to Level 1, 7 Owens Road, in Epsom.

In June 2017 Josh Muir joined the firm and injected a new commercial client base. Josh joined Mason as a director and shareholder of Lockhart Legal in April 2019.

The firm continues to enjoy strong organic growth thanks to recommendations and referrals from Mason and Josh’s loyal clients.

Lockhart Legal is committed to remaining small enough to provide personal service, but sufficiently resourced to provide pragmatic legal advice in our main areas of expertise. The commitment, experience and ability of our team enables the firm to deal with both complex work as well as satisfying our clients' day-to-day legal needs.

Lee Carter

Legal Administrator

Lee Carter

Lee joined Lockhart Legal in March 2021 as a legal adminstrator, having worked in the legal industry as a legal assistant/personal assistant for more than 30 years. Her previous roles have included working for a sole practitioner in Milford and larger firm in Albany. 

Lee brings extensive knowledge of conveyancing and subdivisions to the team, as well as a postive outlook and cheeky sense of humour. At Lockhart Legal,  Lee will also be assisting with trust administration and client due diligence. 

In her spare time she walks for exercise and does Zumba. She is the mohter of twin daughters, one of whom is our lovely office adminstrator Sinead. She lives in West Auckland with her partner and the next door neighbours’s cat.



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