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The Sangro story

The Sangro story

Sangro (Saangro) – Noun: a river in central Italy, site of the advance by the New Zealand Second Division in November 1943.  For us: a place of courage which commemorates, respects and honours the sacrifice for freedom and the rule of law.  Memorialised in: Ralph Hotere’s Sangro Litany series, a tribute to those who fell on the Sangro front.

Sangro River artwork by Robyn Hughes, 2019. The curve of the mosaic walkway to the hillside memorial reflects the sweep of the Sangro river.

Ko wai mātou – about us

The members of Sangro Chambers are independent barristers with shared values and a shared commitment to improving access to justice. Before moving to the bar, they accumulated in-depth experience in top-tier firms or adjudication roles.

Our values

ngākau tapatahi

respect

equality

integrity

tautoko

fairness

service

ngākau whakaiti
ngākau tapatahi
respect
equality
integrity
tautoko
fairness
service
ngākau whakaiti

The members of Sangro Chambers support the Gender Equitable Engagement and Instruction Policy adopted by the New Zealand Law Society and the New Zealand Bar Association.