Angela Goodwin

Admitted as a solicitor in England in 1987, Angela practised law in London for some years before heading off around the world. Since landing in New Zealand she has turned her attention to professional litigation support, managing the Auckland project services team at Chapman Tripp and, for the last ten years, bringing her case management expertise to the team at Gilbert Walker, where she is still retained as a consultant.

Angela has particular experience in defining the discovery requirements of a case and preparing and analysing discoveries from start to finish. She also is practised in organising information for case and evidence analysis. From routine discoveries to million document data sets, multi-party proceedings, multiple sets of proceedings and cases requiring significant factual analysis, she has met a wide range of challenges.
Tel: 021 749 208

Sarah Yallop

Sarah has a background in writing, design and the adaptation of technology. At university she studied literature and literary theory.

Working for Cisco Systems in Europe, Sarah further developed her experience in the practical applications of information technology. She now combines this with her understanding of legal processes, gained from her support work in barristers’ chambers in Auckland from 1994-1998 and 2001-2006. Sarah has spent the last eight years at LeeSalmonLong creating litigation support systems and leading the field in the professional response to the introduction of e-discovery.

Sarah’s expertise is in determining the best platform and the most efficient process for each discovery and review process. She develops practical and technical efficiencies to help litigators cope with the demands of document intensive cases. Sarah has organised and produced document sets and Court bundles for teams of lawyers in multi-defendant criminal cases as well as in large commercial and institutional proceedings
021 721 727

The Team

Goodwin Yallop has a flexible team, trained in the exacting standards of litigation and briefed on the imperative of confidentiality. Some have, or are in the process of obtaining qualifications in law. Some are masters of the scanning machine. Others are just helpful people with an eye for detail.