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Construction lawyer joins NewLaw boutique

Construction lawyer joins NewLaw boutique

A construction partner will head up the Newcastle practice of one of Australia’s NewLaw practices.

Nexus Law Group has welcomed the appointment of Belinda Crosbie (pictured) as a partner of its Newcastle office.

Ms Crosbie’s new role will see her responsible for growing the Hunter region practice, supervising and mentoring junior lawyers as well as supporting the consulting principals.

She joins Nexus having previously worked at specialist construction firm Keystone. Prior to that she was employed as a senior associate for Moray & Agnew.

Ms Crosbie primarily practises in advisory and contentious construction and commercial law, but also has significant dispute resolution experience, including litigation, arbitration and mediation.

Nexus founder Marcus McCarthy said Ms Crosbie’s extensive knowledge makes her a viable asset to the company.

“Belinda has a superb reputation for being a thorough, capable, technical and tactical lawyer,” said Mr McCarthy.

“She will play a vital role in our ongoing growth and development and we are delighted to have made such a significant hire.”

Ms Crosbie said she looks forward to her new role and is excited about the prospect of increasing Nexus’ presence.

“Nexus has been on my radar since its inception,” she said.

“The use of technology to build a dispersed commercial practice, with a focus on flexibility for clients and lawyers, whilst providing a high-quality and cost-effective service, is innovative and unique in the market for Australian legal services.”

 

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