Kate Chinnery left her position as senior associate at Thomson Geer Lawyers to take up the role of special counsel at Minter Ellison’s Adelaide office.
Ms Chinnery specialises in corporate and personal insolvency law, with a primary focus on recovery of secured assets for banks and lending institutions including within the receivership context.
Minter Ellison managing partner Adam Bannister said: “Securing an experienced practitioner such as Kate further enhances our ability to continue to deliver leading service to our clients.”
Earlier this year Minter Ellison set a promotion record, with the appointment of 17 new partners, 19 special counsel and 14 senior associates.
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