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Holding Redlich announces 16 senior appointments

01 July 19 - Media Release

National law firm Holding Redlich is pleased to announce 16 senior appointments with effect from 1 July.

The firm has recruited two new partners, promoted three special counsel to partnership, and appointed four new special counsel and nine senior associates. A further 16 lawyers have been appointed to associate level.

Lisa Fitzgerald has joined the firm as a partner in the Technology, Media & Communications practice in Melbourne and Blair Beven, an intellectual property specialist, has joined the firm as a Technology, Media & Communications partner in Sydney.

Those who have been promoted from special counsel to partner are Vanessa Maruna (Property, Planning & Development, Cairns), Alexander McNutt Property, (Planning & Development, Sydney), and Louise Rumble (Workplace Relations & Safety, Sydney).

Holding Redlich National Managing Partner Ian Robertson said he is delighted to announce the latest appointments.

“These appointments and promotions add to the depth of our expertise and experience,” Ian said. “I warmly congratulate everyone.”

Partners Special CounselSenior Associates 



Vanessa Maruna
Property, Planning & Development , Cairns
Sandra Hollingsworth
Property, Planning & Development , Brisbane
Grace Wimberley
Property, Planning & Development , Brisbane



Alexander McNutt
Property, Planning & Development , Sydney
Wylie Thorpe
Dispute Resolution & Litigation, Brisbane
Natasha Ung
Property, Planning & Development,  Brisbane



Louise Rumble
Workplace Relations & Safety, Sydney
Tanya Jackson
Dispute Resolution & Litigation, Brisbane
Rose Sanderson
Dispute Resolution & Litigation,  Brisbane




Evan Willis
Workplace Relations & Safety, Melbourne
Damien Payard
Dispute Resolution & Litigation,  Brisbane





Caitlin Murdock
Dispute Resolution & Litigation,  Brisbane





Caitlin Waldron
Dispute Resolution & Litigation,  Brisbane





Catherine Sim
Personal Injury, Melbourne





Stef Jang
Construction, Infrastructure & Projects, Sydney





Ashleigh Mills
Workplace Relations & Safety, Sydney


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