A planning and environmental law specialist, Alcorn joins the firm’s property and projects group. She has experience advising the property, construction and resource sectors on major project approvals and environmental compliance.
Alcorn has also held in-house project management, delivery and compliance roles. She has experience conducting planning appeals, defending environmental prosecutions and acting for mining clients in the recent Queensland Floods’ Commission.
Holding Redlich’s national managing partner, Chris Lovell, welcomed Alcorn, saying she brings with her an impressive combination of proven legal expertise and on-the-ground practical experience in complex planning and environmental law issues.