Simpsons Lawyers is a specialist property, commercial, finance, immigration/investment law firm located in the heart of Auckland business centre with an Asian focus.Read more
The Lawyers and Conveyancers Act 2006 was enacted to enable lawyers to market & sell real estates and businesses as an alternative to the traditional real estate model.Read more
Foreign ownership and control of sensitive NZ assets are governed by the Overseas Investment Act and regulations. Assets acquisition are largely simple and protected by sound legal system.Read more
We are specialised NZ immigration/investment lawyers firm. Our lawyers are all migrants ourselves with passion and ample experience in assisting people who want to come and invest in New Zealand.Read more
Jimmy Ng graduated with a LLB(Hons) from the London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London. He practiced law in Singapore since 1990 and is now practicing law in New Zealand as well.
Simpson Kwok Hung Tong is the founding principal of the law firm. In the past, he worked with one of the top six international law firms in New Zealand and also in the litigation department of a medium sized law firm in Hong Kong dealing with the litigation in relation to the new Hong Kong international airport and the Macau Tower.
Brandon S. Lee completed the Graduate Diploma in Laws at the University of Auckland and admitted to the High Court of New Zealand. He has had wide range of interests and experiences in accounting , legal and commercial transactions in the public organisations and the financial institutions in NZ. He is fluent in native Korean and English.
Graduating from University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Laws. John assists the firm’s principal and consultant lawyers in areas of property, commercial, trusts, wills, litigation and other general legal matters. He grew up in New Zealand so understands the Kiwi culture and practices, but can also speak Chinese Mandarin, so he is able to help English speaking and Asian clients alike.