Katrin Lee

Legal Counsel

Katrin is an accomplished Legal Counsel with both corporate and law firm experience across New Zealand and Malaysia. Katrin has worked with a wide range of international business organisations spacing a diverse range of sectors including, energy, financial services and construction.

With a comprehensive background as an in-house counsel and solicitor, Katrin has cultivated collaborative partnerships with diverse stakeholders within the corporate landscape.

Her professional journey has been marked by the strategic development of comprehensive templates and the adept negotiation of a broad spectrum of agreements. These encompass a variety of commercial agreements, ranging from procurement to IT agreements, as well as those integral to corporate social responsibility projects.

“I love solving complex business challenges with innovative legal solutions. Helping clients navigate legal intricacies and crafting strategic solutions is not just a duty for me, it is a commitment to their growth. Seeing the real impact of sound legal advice on a client’s journey fuels my dedication to the practice of law. Every negotiation, contract review, and legal decision is a chance to contribute positively to their business.”

Katrin has experience working both in-house and private practice prior to joining Source. Katrin’s in-house experience includes roles with Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) and Prudential Assurance Malaysia Berhad.



Katrin’s expertise includes:

  • General Commercial Law
  • Procurement and contract management
  • Corporate social responsibility contracts and sponsorship agreements
  • Digital and technology



  • Bachelor of Laws (Honours) – University of Auckland
  • Master of Laws – University of Auckland
  • Admitted to practice 2012


Get to know Katrin

Outside of work, Katrin spends the majority of her time with her toddler, creating cherished moments at different beaches and enjoying cozy atmospheres in cafes. She also delights in culinary exploration, regularly trying out new food and restaurants with friends, adding an extra layer of adventure to her well-balanced lifestyle.

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