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Appointments 18 March 2005

Appointments 18 March 2005

Arnold Bloch Leibler recently welcomed Steven Humphries, Benita Glaser and Lisa Ashcroft to the firm. Humphries is a member of Arnold Bloch Leibler’s Sydney corporate and commercial department.…

Arnold Bloch Leibler recently welcomed Steven Humphries, Benita Glaser and Lisa Ashcroft to the firm. Humphries is a member of Arnold Bloch Leibler’s Sydney corporate and commercial department. A former senior associate at Minter Ellison, he specialises in mergers and acquisitions, equity capital markets and private equity transactions. Glaser is the newest member of Arnold Bloch Leibler’s Sydney corporate and commercial practice. She was formerly a senior associate at Allens Arthur Robinson. Ashcroft joins the firm’s Melbourne corporate and commercial department from Allens. She has broad experience in many aspects of commercial practice.

Biggs & Biggs has appointed James Hall as partner. He is head of the workplace services group and specialises in employment law.

Greg Burgess last month became a partner at Hammond Worthington Lawyers in Perth, heading up their personal injuries division and also specialising in inheritance disputes. Burgess joined Hammond Worthington after spending almost four years at McCallum Donovan Sweeney.

Voitin Walker Davis lawyers has appointed Melissa Brusnahan as an associate. The firm said she has been with Voitin Walker Davis for more than two years and has considerable experience in the areas of litigation and employment law.

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