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Holding Redlich announces a record 41 promotions on the back of strong performance

01 July 20 - Media Release

National law firm Holding Redlich today announced 41 promotions on the back of the firm’s third consecutive year of double-digit revenue growth.

Effective 1 July 2020, the firm has promoted four new partners, eight to special counsel, 13 to senior associate and 16 to associate. This year’s promotions represent a record number for the firm.

Holding Redlich’s National Managing Partner, Ian Robertson AO, said the depth of talent within the firm is reflected in the number of promotions this year.

“We have terrific and talented lawyers at every level of our firm,” Ian said, “and it’s very satisfying to watch them take the next step in their careers with us.

“Holding Redlich has just recorded our third consecutive year of double-digit revenue growth,” Ian added. “Every one of our promoted lawyers has made a significant contribution to this result and I look forward to them being part of our future success and development.”

“It’s very pleasing, especially in light of recent challenges, to have performed so strongly as a firm,” Ian said. “Everyone in our firm has worked very hard to focus on our strategy of playing to our strengths and delivering the highest standard of legal services to our clients,” he added.

Holding Redlich Promotions – 1 July 2020

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