Danny Wu
BSc (Genetics) (University of Otago), LLB (Victoria University) and Graduate Diploma in Law (Corporate and Insolvency) (Sydney) / Staff Barrister


I am a passionate litigator and problem-solver.  I have a diverse skillset, possessing extensive experience in legal matters including civil and commercial litigation, immigration and family law.  I have a particular interest in shareholders’ disputes, construction and insolvency law.

I have acquired my legal experience through working in London, Papua New Guinea and Australia.  In addition to New Zealand, I am also admitted to practise in Papua New Guinea and Australia.

I am a compassionate person.  I work closely with clients where they educate me on the facts, and I provide advice, strategy and guide them through the complex court processes.  Together we prepare and achieve positive outcomes.

I am organised and proactive, especially in keeping clients informed of progress and developments.  I am always on the front foot and am happy to pick up the telephone and speak directly with you.

Having come from Taiwan in 1997, I am aware that it is not easy for newcomers to New Zealand to understand the law, culture and operation of a new country.  You may also encounter cross-cultural issues.  I enjoy being able to combine my legal and language skills to help you navigate through these challenges, towards a guided solution.

 Outside of work, I am passionate about people in the community and am involved with various charitable causes including community legal education and legal clinics.