Moray & Agnew unveils Jan ’23 promotions
National law firm Moray & Agnew has promoted 13 senior staff across its offices, including two to the partnership.
Coming into effect from January 2023, two senior lawyers will be promoted to partner at the firm, in addition to nine special counsel and three senior associates.
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The new partners are Maureen Carrigan, from the firm’s Brisbane office, and Safa Jan, from the Moray & Agnew Sydney office.
Ms Carrigan has over 15 years of experience in handling personal injuries and CTP claims, as well as conducting insurance litigation. This includes significant experience in managing defendant CTP litigation both in Queensland and NSW.
Ms Jan’s key areas of practice are management of workers’ compensation and work injury damages claims within NSW. She has developed in-depth expertise and knowledge in this area of law and is highly regarded by her clients for her skilful conduct of litigation.
The new special counsel at the firm are Kathryn Burrows, Amanda Danti, Alannah Dewing, Stephanie Lee, Natalie Oliver, Emma Petrie, Jordan Sacco, Jessica Thurtell, and Erin Woodward.
In addition, Noweid Ali, Victoria Ginnane and Patrick Warnes have been promoted to senior associate.
Commenting on the promotions round, national managing partner Geoff Connellan said: “We continue to grow in line with client demand. I am so pleased we are able to promote some of the great talent we have internally and recognise them for looking after our clients so well.”