Tamsin Gorman specialises in Environmental and Resource Management Law.
Tamsin is originally from the UK and obtained her law degree at the University of Manchester. Tamsin joined Berry Simons as a graduate in 2019.
Before joining Berry Simons, Tamsin worked for law firms in Auckland and Queenstown in legal support roles.
- Bachelor of Laws (Hons), University of Manchester
- Graduate Diploma (Law), University of Otago
- Te ara reo Māori, level 4 certificate, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
Our People / Tamsin Gorman
BERRY SIMONS OBTAINS FIRST PRIVATE PLAN CHANGE TO THE AUCKLAND UNITARY PLAN
Wed Feb. 27th 2019
Berry Simons has successfully obtained the first private plan change (PC6) to the Auckland Unitary Plan.
FEEDBACK SOUGHT ON POTENTIAL SHORT TERM AMENDMENTS TO RMA
Wed March 7th 2018
Over the last two years, Berry Simons has been critical of what we see as a decline in the coherence and workability of the Resource Management Act 1991 (“RMA”), as a result of ill-conceived and poorly drafted amendments to that Act.