Graham Taylor is one of New Zealand's foremost administrative lawyers. He is the author of the New Zealand textbook on Judicial Review and many other publications. He has experience working in private legal practice, government, regulatory authority, and universities, both in New Zealand and overseas. He has worked and studied with many of the great English and Commonwealth public lawyers.
Since commencing practice as a barrister in 1987 he has been instructed in over 700 matters and has a success rate of just under 67% overall. In every year has succeeded in over half the matters on which he has been instructed with an annual success rate ranging up to 92.6%.
He acts for both public authorities, and businesses, individuals and groups seeking remedies from public authorities. In this area he has appeared as counsel in many leading cases. He has acted in cases involving disputes with and within incorporated societies. He also specialises in environmental law where he acts for developers as well as those opposing development.
He has been and remains active in legal affairs and in community affairs, primarily in the disabled sector and the Catholic Church.
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