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Firm makes 17 promotions, despite economic woes

Firm makes 17 promotions, despite economic woes

Queensland's largest law firm has just got a little bit bigger.

QUEENSLAND’S largest law firm has just got a little bigger.

McCullough Robertson announced today the appointment of six new partners, two special counsel and nine senior associates.

The latest appointments are as a result of solid growth across its operations in Brisbane, Newcastle and Sydney, the firm said.

Chairman of partners, Brett Heading, said the promotions come despite a demanding economic environment.

The new partners include Janelle Moody (resources), Brendan Tobin (resources - Newcastle), Cameron Dean and Michael Moy (workplace relations and safety), Troy Webb (planning and environment) and Heather Watson (non-profit and community partnerships) will join the partnership on 1 July.

“These appointments are consistent with McCullough Robertson’s strategy of geographic expansion and, in particular, increasing investment in the resources sector,” Heading said.

“Heather’s appointment also recognises the importance placed by us and our clients on the role of corporate social responsibility in creating sustainable and successful organisations.”

McCullough Robertson has also appointed new special counsel, Charlotte Davis (finance) and Andrew Muir (projects and property), together with nine senior associates.


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