About Ross France Barrister
After graduating Ll.B from Victoria University of Wellington and working as a clerk in the Ministry of Transport Head Office, Ross moved to Auckland and eventually established a law office in Otahuhu.
He was initially a general practice lawyer, involved in conveyancing, criminal law and estate work. He also represented many community organisations. In 1989 Ross sold his practice to a Trust comprising eighteen trade unions and thereafter became the head solicitor at the Union Law Centre for five years.
He became heavily involved in employment law from the introduction of the Employment Contracts Act 1991 and has worked consistently in employment law since then.
He has represented individuals, unions, small to medium size employers and non government organisations in a wide variety of employment disputes and Court hearings. He continues to work with community organisations in South Auckland.
Specialist Employment Lawyer