Brandon is a property lawyer with a diverse client base in New Zealand. He specialises in property law, but also has expertise in trust law and succession planning. Clients describe him as approachable, versatile and easy to understand; they appreciate his practical and transparent approach.
Brandon is not an academic lawyer and charges reasonable rates. He is known for building strong working relationships with clients based on honesty, integrity, and trust. He enjoys the diversity of his work and the level of contact he has with clients. He takes satisfaction in helping them achieve their goals.
Brandon is a well-rounded individual who thrives on working with a diverse group of people. He finds the property market in New Zealand to be particularly interesting and fulfilling, as it plays a crucial role in financial success.
He joined the firm in 2002, after gaining experience at a top-tier firm in Auckland. In 2010, at the age of 35, he became a partner at McVeagh Fleming.
BCom/LLB, University of Auckland 1998
Admitted to the Bar, 1999
Brandon is a busy man, being married with four young children. Despite his busy schedule, he still manages to play premier grade tennis but finds it increasingly challenging as the years go by and the opposition gets younger. Despite this, travel remains a passion for him and he has been fortunate enough to have had a couple of international family holidays. His next destination is South America.