Sandra Iskander

Solicitor

LLB, BCOM

Sandra Iskander

Originally from Egypt, Sandra came to New Zealand with her family in 2003 and is fluent in both English and Arabic. Sandra has been living in Christchurch since her arrival, and completed her Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Management at the University of Canterbury. She was admitted to the High Court of New Zealand as a Barrister and Solicitor in 2016. 

Sandra started work in the legal sector before graduating in 2015, and has worked for a small law firm, a medium sized law firm, a busy Barrister’s office as well as interning at the Police Prosecution. She is passionate about equality, and diversity and was awarded the University of Canterbury’s Student Diversity award in 2015 as well as a certificate from the Harvard Kennedy School for contributing research towards their collaborative Violence against Women Research project in 2015.

Areas of Practice:

Sandra works closely with John Yoon, a partner of the firm. Sandra’s main area of practice is conveyancing, primarily the purchase and sale of residential property, and she also assists with commercial transactions. She is friendly and has a down-to-earth approach with great communication skills. She works closely with her clients to explain each step in a clear and easy way to understand, and ensures that her clients are well informed every step of the way. This results in a less stressful, and seamless experience for her clients. 

Sandra enjoys a variety of work and can also assist you with your refinancing matters, wills, enduring power of attorney, estates and relationship property. She is enjoying building her career with the support of the expert legal team and partners at Kannangara Thomson.

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