Lawyer at Parry Field Lawyers (New Zealand)
Steven Moe is a lawyer based in Christchurch working at Parry Field Lawyers. He graduated from Canterbury University and has recently published “Social Enterprises in New Zealand: A Legal Handbook” which outlines the options for those wanting to start a social enterprise as well as ideas around potential reform for this sector. He works with start-ups and those with early stage ideas as well as established businesses and not for profits. He returned to New Zealand at the start of 2016 after 11 years working for an international law firm in Tokyo (4 years), London (3 years) and Sydney (4 years) so he brings a unique perspective to solving the issues clients face and is looking to do things differently. On his podcast “Seeds: Talking Purpose” he interviews people involved in social enterprises about the decisions they make that lead to lives of impact.