Chapman Tripp alumni returns as principal

Chapman Tripp is pleased to welcome Daniel Kalderimis back to the firm as a principal, based in the Wellington litigation team.

Daniel left Chapman Tripp in 2002 to take up a Fulbright Scholarship at Columbia Law School.  In addition to obtaining an LLM in international economic law, Daniel taught several courses, including a class in public international law.

Daniel rejoins the firm from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s London office, where he has been since 2004.  While there, Daniel was a senior associate specialising in international arbitration. He was also a member of the firm’s public international law and commercial disputes groups. 

Chapman Tripp managing partner Mark Reese said, “Daniel is an excellent addition to our team of leading litigators.  His in-depth experience in arbitration will also provide an additional service to our clients."

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