Steven is a partner at Parry Field Lawyers based in Christchurch in our commercial team. He helps start-ups as well as tech companies, investors, charities and social enterprises. After 3 years working at a national law firm in Wellington, Steven spent 11 years overseas working for an international law firm in Tokyo (4 years), London (3 years) and Sydney (4 years) before returning to New Zealand at the start of 2016. He brings a unique perspective and proactive approach to issues faced by clients. He works with both New Zealand and international companies with a strong focus on those investing here.
He has a focus on empowering impact and published the book: “Social Enterprises in New Zealand: A Legal Handbook”. To educate and grow the impact ecosystem he hosts a weekly podcast “Seeds” www.theseeds.nz interviewing inspiring people with more than 240 interviews and more than 100,000 listens. He has a strong commercial focus having spent time working in-house as he has had two secondments to clients – the in-house legal team of the Japanese trading house Mitsui in Tokyo (2 years) and Caltex in Sydney (1 year).
Steven is an Edmund Hillary Fellow and frequent writer for publications like Spinoff. He grew up in Christchurch and graduated from Canterbury University. He currently holds a practising certificate for New Zealand but is also qualified in England & Wales and New South Wales.
He would welcome the chance to talk with you about how our team could help yours.
“Steven Moe’s expertise and his support to Digital Seniors has been fantastic. He works with where you’re at, bringing stretch to your thinking and ‘value add’. He has our highest recommendation.”
Technology: Digital Seniors, Cathy Hardinge, Founder and CEO