Craig Malone is an Environmental and Resource Management Law specialist, with a conjoint degree in Law (Honours) and Social Sciences from Waikato University.
“Preparing for cases and organising large volumes of content in a way that tells a compelling story is a challenge. But the reward is making the point for the client and obtaining a great outcome.”
Craig practised for five years in the Local Government and Environmental team in one of Auckland’s largest law firms before joining Simon Berry’s chambers as a Specialist barrister in 2006.
Craig also brings a background in Electrical and Electronics engineering to his role with Berry Simons.
- Bachelor of Law (Hon), Waikato University
- Bachelor of Social Sciences, Waikato University
- Member of the Local Government and Environmental Law team, Simpson Grierson Auckand, 2001-2006
- Specialist barrister, Simon Berry chambers, 2006-2012
Phone: 09 969 2302
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"The Final Straw for the RMA?" published in RM Journal
Mon Sept. 26th 2016
“The Final Straw for the RMA? Some shortcomings of the Resource Legislation Amendment Bill 2015” has been published in the latest edition of the Resource Management Journal.
RMJ Article: RMA - Where to from here?
Mon Sept. 25th 2017
Further amendments to the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA) have become inevitable, if only to address the adverse consequences of ill-conceived amendments made in the last few years.