Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has promoted three to partner, 13 to special counsel, 22 to senior associate and 23 business services staff in its latest promotions round.
Norton Rose Fulbright has elevated 35 senior lawyers across its Australian and Indonesian offices, as well as three partners and 23 Australian business services staff.
Thirteen lawyers have been promoted to special counsel, and 22 have been promoted to senior associate – with 63 per cent of these promotions being made up of female solicitors.
The promotions are in the banking and finance; corporate, merger and acquisition and securities; employment and labour; environment and planning; financial restructuring and insolvency; government; litigation and disputes; projects and construction; real estate; knowledge; and risk and compliance teams in Brisbane, Jakarta, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.
The newest partners at NRF are Jo Feldman, Troy McKelvie and Ben Wilford, with new roles effective from 1 July.
Commenting on the new promotions, NRF chief executive partner in Australia Alison Deitz said: “The appointments of Jo, Troy and Ben continue our record of promoting a diverse range of talent into our partnership. Our new partners have developed expertise and strong client relationships in their chosen industries, including government, international trade and international arbitration, energy and resources, and infrastructure. They will bring a wealth of domestic and international experience for our clients in Australia and around the world.”
Rohan Sridhar, Shannon Walker, Naomi Field, Juliette King, Nicola Targett, Jenna Scott, Hoda Solaymani-Jamal, Kellie Link, Nick White, Clare Samson, Daniel Allman, Lisa Loi and Matthew Rose have been promoted to special counsel.
In addition, the new senior associates at the firm are Tina Teo, Dandi Hamid, Jeremiah Purba, Mauricio Da Rocha, Timothy Chan, Jonathan Muncey, Merren Taylor, Matt Wichlinski, Jessica Howe, Sera Erikozu, Leo Freckelton, Nakita Wilkinson, Michael Doyle, Alice Blackburn, Mrithula Shanker, Sarah Wong, Lachlan Wood, Soorim Cha, Gail Reade, Jessica Jacaj, Elyse Athanasopoulos and Aleksandra Wojtasiewicz.
“This talented group of senior lawyers represents the breadth and depth of our practice across Australia and Indonesia. Their dedication to providing excellence in client service and consistent contribution to the success of our firm are highly valued by our clients and our partners,” Ms Deitz added.