Connie Lambropoulos, Lawyer

Connie is a corporate and commercial lawyer with experience across a range of contract, consumer and intellectual property law.

Prior to joining Norgate McLean Dolphin, Connie worked as an in-house lawyer at The Kraft Heinz Company. Her consumer law experience included interpreting and navigating the incoming country of origin information rules for the company’s diverse product offerings across multiple categories. She also liaised with the ACCC and the NZ Commerce Commission and reviewed marketing and advertising material before going live. Connie also has experience drafting and reviewing various contracts including sale of business, provision of services, supply and distribution.

Connie also worked with a large trade mark portfolio advising on the registration of trade marks and their use on packaging and marketing material as well as advising on trade mark opposition actions.

Connie holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business majoring in Marketing from La Trobe University

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Connie has a range of experience in the various commercial law matters including:

  • Sale of Business.
  • Services Agreements.
  • Supply and Distribution Agreements.
  • Website Terms of Use.


The world might change but commerce is still about relationships. We balance those relationships while protecting your interests – so you get the deal done.

Connie has a range of experience in the area of consumer law including:

  • Country of Origin (CoO) interpretation and navigation of incoming information rules across multiple categories.
  • Liaising with the ACCC and NZ Commerce Commission.
  • Ad clearances for online, TVCs, print and billboard.


We see the lifecycle of a company as a journey rather than a series of isolated transactions. Our team has the expertise needed to work with you along the way.

Connie has a range of experience in the various intellectual property matters including:

  • Branding advice.
  • Trade mark registrability.
  • Food packaging and labelling.
  • Trade mark oppositions.
  • Trade mark portfolio management.


The digital age has forever changed how your business creates and uses intellectual property and technology. We keep on top of the law in the digital age so you can get on with your business.