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FCB Workplace Law strengthens Melbourne practice

FCB Workplace Law strengthens Melbourne practice

FCB Workplace Law has promoted Paul O’Halloran to partner in its Melbourne office.

FCB Workplace Law has promoted Paul O’Halloran to partner in its Melbourne office. 

O’Halloran (pictured) provides practical legal advice and industrial relations strategies to employers in a broad range of industries covering all phases of the employment relationship.

“FCB Workplace Law has long been a leader in the workplace relations space,” he said. “The responsive, flexible and personalised service FCB staff offer to clients is particularly valued in the current competitive legal services market. This makes FCB a standout from the traditional law firm.”

The promotion sees FCB strengthen its Melbourne practice and brings the total number of law partners across the firm’s two offices to eight.

O’Halloran has been with FCB Workplace Law for 11 months. Managing partner Campbell Fisher said the promotion was only natural: “Paul is an asset to the practice.  His enthusiasm, insight and technical ability are a welcome addition to the partnership.”

O’Halloran previously held a senior associate position at Rigby Cooke for four years.  He has also worked as an associate to a judge at the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia and spent two years working in a human resources management role in the Chambers of the Chief Justice at the Supreme Court of Victoria.

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