Paul Sills is a barrister who draws on his years of commercial and legal experience to provide timely and cost-effective solutions for his clients. Paul is also an experienced mediator specialising in the early resolution of disputes.

Barristers are subject to the “intervention rule”. This means that I need to have an instructing solicitor. This can be a solicitor in private practice or it can be an in-house solicitor employed by a company. In either case, the solicitor can be in New Zealand or overseas.

I am happy to discuss potential briefs and also to assist where necessary in the appointment of an instructing solicitor.