15 July 19 - In the News
Authors: Jerome Doraisamy
Publication: Lawers Weekly
Publisher: Momentum Media
Publication date: 15/07/19
National firm Holding Redlich has elevated 16 practitioners to more senior roles, including three from special counsel to partner, effective 1 July 2019.
The firm promoted three special counsel to the partnership: Vanessa Maruna (Property, Planning & Development, Cairns), Alexander McNutt (Property, Planning & Development, Sydney) and Louise Rumble (Workplace Relations & Safety, Sydney).
Separately, the firm has hired two additional partners: Lisa Fitzgerald (Technology, Media & Communications, Melbourne) and Blair Beven (Technology, Media & Communications, Sydney).
The firm’s newest special counsel are Sandra Hollingsworth, Wylie Thorpe, Tanya Jackson and Evan Willis.
And its newest senior associates are Grace Wimberley, Natasha Ung, Rose Sanderson, Damien Payard, Caitlin Murdock, Catlin Waldron, Catherine Sim, Stef Jang and Ashleigh Mills.
Speaking about the appointments, Holding Redlich national managing partner Ian Robertson said he was “delighted to announce the latest round of appointments”.
“These appointments and promotions add to the depth of our expertise and experience,” he said.
“I warmly congratulate everyone.”
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