Ciaran LettExecutive Legal Assistant

Ciaran is Norris Echetebu Law’s Executive Legal Assistant and as the first point of contact at the firm and throughout our relationship with our clients, she serves a very vital role in managing client communications for the firm.. As part of her duties in this role, Ciaran performs US paralegal work, book-keeping and accounting services, and general office management. Her diligence ensures our attorneys can focus on providing the best US legal counsel and assistance to our clients.

Since joining the firm in 2019, Ciaran has become an indispensable member of the Norris Echetebu Law team. Ciaran is the friendly and effective first point of call for any questions or queries from those interested in the firm’s services and legal counsel related to US Business, US Commercial, US Immigration, and US Entertainment & Copyright Law.

Ciaran was born and raised in Rotorua, New Zealand and is currently in her 5th and final year of completing her Law Degree, and Bachelor of Arts (Politics and International Relations) at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. . Working at Norris Echetebu Law, Ciaran works diligently to continuously develop her US legal experience and always puts her best foot forward in everything she does. Her experience with the complexities of US law have led her to the decision to sit for the California State Bar exam when she completes her New Zealand law degree and to become dual licensed in New Zealand and the US.

Ciaran is a prize-winning poet and volunteers with Youth Law New Zealand. She is also an active member of the American Chamber of Commerce New Zealand’s Next Gen Chapter and Women’s Chapter. In the little free time she has, she loves to sing and bake and spend time with her nose buried in a good book.


  • In Progress: L.L.B./B.A. (Politics and International Relations), University of Auckland, New Zealand

  • Member: American Chamber of Commerce New Zealand.
  • Member: AmCham New Zealand Next Gen Committee.

  • Bernard Brown Literary Award Recipient, 2019