Te Mata a Rongokako (Te Mata Peak) - the resting place of the grandfather of Kahungunu and Te Matau-a-Maui (Cape Kidnappers) - the fish hook of Maui are the names from which Te Mata-a-Maui Law derived its original name. Today, just as people refer to Te Mata a Rongokako simply as 'Te Mata Peak', we are known today as Te Mata Law.
Treaty of Waitangi & Maori Issues
- Te Paparahi o Te Raki
- Te Rohe Potae
- Porirua ki Manawatu
- War Veterans Kaupapa Inquiry
- Urgency hearings
As lawyers, we are exempt from being licenced under the Immigration Advisers Authority.
We are however governed by the Rules and Regulations of the New Zealand Law Society.
Te Mata Law offers various types of temporary visas such as Visitor, Student and Work Visas.
We also assist in Residence Visas under the Skilled Migrant Category, Investor Category and Family Reunification schemes.
Please contact our offices for appointments for consultation.
Brooke Loader is Ngapuhi and as developed specialist expertise in advising clients on a variety of Waitangi Tribunal and Maori land law issues since her admission to the Bar in 2011 after graduating from the University of Auckland with a BA/LLB (Japanese and Music).
We would love to hear from you and tell you more about our services
Call us at 0508 TEMATA
Te Mata Law
David is from Paki Paki, Hastings and Te Mata Law derives its name from Te Mata peak in Havelock North as well as from Te Matau-a-Maui which is Cape Kidnappers, which David has whakapapa to.