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Harris Tate promotes Michelle Carabine to Associate

22 September 2016

We are proud to announce Michelle Carabine has been promoted to associate at our firm.

Michelle has been practicing law at Harris Tate Lawyers since 2015 and becomes the firm’s sole associate. She specialises in immigration matters, acting and advising migrant clients in relation to residency (investor) applications, along with commercial and property law issues.

A multi-talented lawyer, she also advises in areas of property transactions, and sales and acquisitions. She has 10 years legal experience in New Zealand, and a further three in Australia and the UK.

“I adore the team at Harris Tate because they are brilliant, but also because they really care about what they do, which is the most you can hope for in a team,” says Michelle.

“I am genuinely and wholeheartedly thrilled to be made an associate of this dynamic, fast-paced and growing law firm.”

Harris Tate director Katrina Hulsebosch congratulates Michelle on the well-deserved appointment.

“We are delighted to promote Michelle to associate. She is a hard worker and diligent in every aspect of her work.

“Michelle is a perfect fit at Harris Tate and we look forward to watching her flourish in her new role.”

Michelle is a Full Principal Member of the New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment. She has a Bachelor of Laws (LLB), a Bachelor of Arts (English) and a Graduate Certificate in New Zealand Immigration Advice (GCNZIA).