Hannah Blewden graduated from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts in 2016, attaining a double major in Political Science and International Relations.
She began working at Armstrong Murray as a law clerk in 2014 and started working full-time at the firm in 2016. This experience provided her with broad exposure to all areas of the law. Hannah enjoyed the variety of work she experienced during this time, but she eventually decided to specialise in trusts, asset protection and relationship property.
Hannah has progressed quickly through the firm, which is a testament to her strong client relationships, precision and impeccable legal skills.
Armstrong Murray’s clients appreciate her friendly, approachable nature and ability to ‘just get things done’ and she enjoys working with them to achieve their desired outcome.
Hannah is a member of the Auckland Women Lawyers’ Association and the New Zealand Law Society (Property Law Section).
Hannah was the first lawyer to join Armstrong Murray straight from law school, kickstarting the firm’s period of growth and diversification. She enjoys being part of a young, ambitious team under the careful guidance of experienced partners and is proud of the firm’s comprehensive service offering.