Holding Redlich Braces itself with new hire

By Reporter|08 April 2013

Holding Redlich has recruited a new senior associate to the firm’s Brisbane office.

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Shelley‐Anne Brace has joined the firm from Michael Sing Lawyers, where she was a special counsel in the workplace relations practice.

Brace has extensive experience in workplace relations, industrial relations and OHS law.

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In her previous role she advised clients on employment contracts, enterprise agreements, employee entitlements, industrial instrument interpretation, performance management and discipline, and organisational policy.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Brace worked as a human resources manager and police officer. She then worked as a prosecutor for the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.

During this time she was seconded to Queensland Health and Crown Law as a senior lawyer, where she was involved in major workplace and industrial conflicts and discrimination matters.

Following this she was a barrister at Atkin Chambers for three years, where she specialised in workplace relations.

Holding Redlich Braces itself with new hire
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