20 lawyers promoted at Holding Redlich

By Jerome Doraisamy|05 July 2018
Promotion, lawyers

National law firm Holding Redlich is the latest to announce a sweep of senior promotions, with 20 lawyers rising through the ranks across its Australian offices.

The firm has appointed two new partners, promoted another three to partner from special counsel, elevated six lawyers to special counsel and appointed nine new senior associates.

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The new partners are Kimberley MacKay, Bede Haines and Marguerite Xavier (dispute resolution and litigation), Jenny Humphris (native title, planning and property) and Ranjit Singh (property and real estate).

The six lawyers elevated to special counsel are Louise Fairnotti (property and real estate), Kristin Watkins (dispute resolution and litigation), Kaveh Zegrati (corporate and commercial), Edmund Burke (workplace relations and safety), Kirsty Smith (construction and infrastructure), and Vanessa Maruna (planning and environment).

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And the new senior associates are Madeleine Griffiths and Georgia Milne (corporate and commercial), Tess Kerridge, Blake Dyer and James Harding (property and real estate), Ben McKinley (workplace relations and safety), Kim Nguyen and Alexandra Atanasov (dispute resolution and litigation) and Thomas Ambrose (construction and infrastructure).

Holding Redlich national managing partner Ian Robertson said: “This is a very strong round of appointments and promotions, and a significant boost to our firm.”

20 lawyers promoted at Holding Redlich
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