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Exclusive: Holding Redlich group heads move to global firm

Exclusive: Holding Redlich group heads move to global firm

Property and projects specialists Amanda Davidson and Carolyn Chudleigh have quit Holding Redlich to join UK-based firm Holman Fenwick Willan.

Property and projects specialists Amanda Davidson (pictured right) and Carolyn Chudleigh (pictured below) have quit Holding Redlich to join UK-based firm Holman Fenwick Willan.

Davidson was a partner at Holding Redlich for four years where she headed up the firm’s construction and infrastructure group. She has also held partner roles at Herbert Smith Freehills and Ashurst (then Blake Dawson).

Chudleigh was a senior partner and the national head of the property & projects group at Holding Redlich, having been with the firm for 17 years.

Both lawyers are joining Holman Fenwick Willan as partners in the firm’s Sydney office.

Lawyers Weekly attempted to contact Davidson and Chudleigh but was informed that they were travelling in Belgium at the time of publication.

Davidson advises on building, property, civil, mining resources and commercial infrastructure projects, while Chudleigh is a property development, property investment and finance lawyer.

Davidson is also the chair of PEARLS, a not-for-profit organisation that raises money for research into preeclampsia, a major cause of death during pregnancy.

Holding Redlich lost a partner to HWL Ebsworth in June, but also made three lateral hires in September, appointing Geoff Farnsworth, Danella Wilmshurst and Nathan Cecil to the national transport practice group.

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