Pam Wheeler BSc. LLB. MBA.
Pam has lived and worked in Christchurch for most of her life, including five years working as a property lawyer in Kaiapoi before starting Pegasus Bay Law
Having studied Law at Canterbury University, Pam worked for the Department of Maori Affairs while completing her professional studies and then worked as a solicitor for a private law firm in Auckland. On moving back to Christchurch Pam worked as a corporate lawyer for a Building Society and then in private legal practice.
Pam has also studied and worked in the field of business management which gives her a good understanding of the needs of her small business clients.
Outside work hours Pam spends most of her time with her family.
Robyn Loversidge LLB VRD*
Robyn has spent most of her life in Christchurch apart from five years spent in private practice in Hawera and then five years in London, working in private law firms. Robyn has a law degree from Canterbury University and has been in legal practice for over 30 years, both in New Zealand and the UK where she was admitted as a Solicitor of the High Court of England and Wales.
For the past 20 years Robyn has specialised in all aspects of Family Law, spending the last four years working in Kaiapoi.
Outside of the office, Robyn spends time as an officer in the Royal New Zealand Naval Volunteer Reserve. The rest of her time revolves around her husband and teen aged children.
Bill Morgan LLM
Bill grew up on a hill sheep and beef farm near Kaikoura.
After completing his Bachelor of Laws degree 1971 Bill commenced in legal practise with Hugh Thompson in the firm Thompson & Morgan. The partnership continued until Hugh's retirement in 1989.
Outside the office Bill has been involved in trustee work for his local church and inter-church social work. For the last 24 years he has been a trustee for St Pauls school and, more recently, Our Lady of Fatima school. Bill has also been a councillor for St Francis church at Mairehau.
Craig has vast experience as a solicitor, specialising in commercial and property law, as well as all aspects of general practice including wills, estate planning and trusts.
His commercial experience includes working for the Inland Revenue Department as a taxation solicitor, acting for major land developers, finance companies, small and medium businesses as well as privately held companies. Of benefit to rural clients is the considerable work that Craig has undertaken in the primary and agricultural sector, including the sale and purchase of farms.