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Mingze Sun

Chief Executive Officer


Mingze has extensive experience in all aspects of both the criminal and civil jurisdictions of the Courts with particular expertise in sentencings in the criminal justice system. Mingze worked at one of the busiest criminal jurisdictions in New Zealand. 

Mingze completed his LLB(Hons)/BSc at the University of Auckland, receiving various academic awards including first in exam in Financial Markets Law. Mingze is a commercial litigator and a doctoral candidate and was the Lead Tutor for the Law of Torts and Equity, as well as tutoring various papers including Public Law, Criminal Law, the Law of Contract and Commercial Law at the University of Auckland. Mingze also serves as a Judge on the Moot Court of the Auckland Law School and is the 2023-2024 Editor-in-Chief of the Public Interest Law Journal of New Zealand. He was previously an editor for the Auckland University Law Review (AULR) and his Honours dissertation was published in volume 27(1) (2021) of the AULR. Before commencing private practice, Mingze was a Judges’ Clerk; and trade mark examiner at IPONZ. Mingze accumulated an acute business acumen over a decade of senior management experience prior to law school.

Mingze is a member of the New Zealand Bar Association; the Criminal Bar Association NZ; and Committee Member of the Law Reform Committee of the New Zealand Law Society; the Law Association; and the NZ Asian Lawyers Association. Mingze actively contributes to the legal community as a volunteer solicitor and legal education presenter for Community Law Waikato.

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The University of Auckland

Doctor of Philosophy in Law - ongoing

The University of Auckland

Bachelor of Laws (Honours)

The College of Law

Professional Legal Studies

The University of Auckland

Bachelor of Science major in Biological Sciences

Rest of the team

Our report writers possess the appropriate skill and knowledge specific to various cultures and have the capacity to meaningfully communicate in cultural settings other than their own.  

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