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Lawyer leaves national for Queensland firm

Lawyer leaves national for Queensland firm

Alexandria Geokas

A former litigation specialist for Holding Redlich has taken up a new position at a Queensland law firm.

Alexandria Geokas (pictured) has joined Creevey Russell Lawyers’ litigation team, bringing with her extensive experience in construction and infrastructure litigation.

She was admitted as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland and is an active member of the National Association of Women in Construction and the Queensland Law Society.

“Alexandria has extensive litigation experience, acting in proceedings ranging in value and complexity, from the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal and the Magistrates Court to the Queensland Court of Appeal and Full Court of the Federal Court,” said Dan Creevey, principal of Creevey Russell Lawyers.

“Her work in commercial litigation has included building disputes, competition and consumer law, tax disputes, personal and corporate insolvency, shareholder disputes, corporations law, contractual disputes and negligence claims for economic loss.”

Ms Geokas said she is thrilled about her new appointment, saying it will bring immense professional prospects.

“I am very excited about the opportunity to join the team at Creevey Russell Lawyers and to achieve successful results for our highly valued clients,” she said.

“I understand the effects litigation can have on both companies and individuals and I strive to use my experience and expertise to achieve the best possible results for clients, tailored from an understanding of each client’s circumstances and desired outcome.”

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