Law for Change Wellington: March feature interview with Stacey Shortall

Stacey Shortall is a Wellington-based partner at Minter Ellison Rudd Watts, and a recent winner of the Westpac Community and Not-for-Profit Award at the 2015 Women of Influence Awards. Stacey has worked on a broad range of pro bono matters, including the representation of refugee women in the US, access to justice for women and children in Ghana and helping imprisoned mothers maintain connections with their children here in New Zealand.

Stacey founded the organisation Who Did You Help Today?, a movement seeking to connect skilled people with not-for-profit community projects. Among other things, the organisation runs a Homework HELP Club for Decile 1 schools in the Wellington region.

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