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CBP promotes five

CBP promotes five

After merging with the Melbourne-based insurance boutique Monahan + Rowell on June 1 and acquiring six new partners in the process, Colin Biggers & Paisley (CBP) has now promoted five of its lawyers.

After merging with the Melbourne-based insurance boutique Monahan + Rowell on June 1 and acquiring six new partners in the process, Colin Biggers & Paisley (CBP) has now promoted five of its lawyers.

Andrew Murray was promoted from senior associate to special counsel in the construction & engineering group in Sydney.

Damian Clancy and Kate Devenish were promoted to senior associates in the insurance group in Melbourne.

 Jennifer Irwin was promoted to senior associate in the construction & engineering group in

Sydney, and Bianca Slabacu was promoted to the same level in the insurance group in Sydney.

The promotions took effect yesterday (1 July).

The merger with Monahan + Rowell saw CBP gain new partners Patrick Monahan; Mark Attard; Mary Edquist; Vanessa Kemp; Andrew Probert and Mark White.

CBP also acquired two new partners as lateral hires - Cathryn Prowse in Melbourne and Adrian Howie in Sydney.

Since then the firm has added a senior associate in the commercial dispute resolution group, Bernadette Carey, who does general contractual and commercial work and is a specialist in trusts and estates litigation.

Before coming to work for CBP, Carey was in the Cayman Islands from 2008 to 2011, at a firm called Conyers Dill & Pearman.

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