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Nexus appoints consulting principal

Nexus appoints consulting principal

Stephen Mihaljevic, Nexus Law Group

‘NewLaw’ firm Nexus Law Group has appointed a corporate in-house lawyer as a consulting principal at its head office in Sydney.

Stephen Mihaljevic (pictured) has 15 years' experience in both private practice and in-house roles, notably at Medibank, American Express and Minter Ellison.

Mr Mihaljevic has experience dealing with civil and government counterparties in the industrial, resources, pharmaceuticals, and financial sectors.

At Nexus, Mr Mihaljevic will specialise in M&A, business structuring, commercial agreements and contracts, and insolvency and restructuring.

Mr Mihaljevic said he joined Nexus so he could focus on building a long-term and sustainable client-base and maintain a consistent flow of work.

“I have been impressed by Nexus’ emphasis on transparency and clarity – this is refreshing and provides practitioners with a clear pathway to achieving personal independence and practice freedom, whilst still providing the infrastructure, services and collegiality of a traditional large firm,” Mr Mihaljevic said.

Nexus Law Group founder Marcus McCarthy said: “Stephen has become part of the positive transformation of legal practice in Australia, in which clients get direct access to highly experienced, specialist practitioners in a highly flexible and cost-effective client delivery system.”

Rod Smith and Justin Sprogis also joined Nexus as consulting principals in Sydney earlier this year.

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