Consultant, Kahui Tautoko Consulting Ltd
- Bachelor of Laws
What made you study law at Waikato?
There is a strong whānau ethos within the Law School, with the University, staff and students working collectively to produce some of the finest and most talented leaders of tomorrow. Waikato Law School has a growing reputation for producing 'outside the square' thinkers which can be seen by the wide range of sectors that graduates have ended up in.
What's been your biggest challenge?
The challenge has been the balancing act of being a father of three, a hapu and iwi member as well as doing fulltime work. Still find time to watch the All Blacks though!
How has your time at Waikato prepared you for the real world?
I am currently working as a Consultant for Kahui Tautoko Consulting Ltd in Wellington working across a number of different disciplines and sectors – much of which draws on the skills learnt during my time at Waikato Law School. No reira, nga mihi atu ki te whanau o Te Wahanga Ture.
Master of Laws
Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Maori and Pacific Development, Master of Laws in Maori/Pacific and Indigenous Peoples' Law
Bachelor of Laws with Honours, Bachelor of Management Studies with Honours