Lauren is a specialist in land use regulation. She works on our Regulatory team in the areas of development, infrastructure, town planning, building, land compensation, environmental and administrative law.
Lauren has a broad range of experience and takes a straightforward and commercial approach to advising clients in relation to their regulatory and major project strategies.
Lauren has advised on regulatory permitting and licencing for major resource and energy projects, including large mining operations and electricity generation. She works for a number of major property developers and industrial clients in planning, land compensation and native title matters.
Prior to joining Squire Patton Boggs in 2011 Lauren practiced in New Zealand as both a lawyer and a town planner for private consultants and local government.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lauren Barnett