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Holding Redlich promotes 41

National law firm Holding Redlich has promoted 41 lawyers to more senior positions, including two new partners.

user iconLauren Croft 27 June 2023 Big Law
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Holding Redlich has named eight new special counsel, 13 new senior associates, and 18 new associates have been promoted at the firm, as well as two new partners: Megan Bishop and Katherine Hammond.

Ms Bishop has been promoted in Holding Redlich’s dispute resolution and litigation (tax) practice, and Ms Hammond in its corporate and commercial practice. Both are experienced senior lawyers who were previously special counsel.

The promotions are effective from 1 July 2023.


Holding Redlich national managing partner Ian Robertson AO said all lawyers promoted have made outstanding contributions and have a track record for delivering the highest quality legal advice, client service and internal leadership.

“We’re proud to recognise this cohort of lawyers at all levels who have demonstrated outstanding capability, contributed strongly to client outcomes and reflect the values of Holding Redlich,” Mr Robertson said.

“I would particularly like to congratulate Megan and Katherine on joining our national partnership. I look forward to the ongoing contribution both will make as partners of the firm.”

The new special counsel are Ashleigh Mills, Lucinda Morphett, Kim Nguyen, David Chambers, Keisha Currie, Tarin Olsen, Jeanne Vallade and Guy Munasinghe.

The new senior associates at the firm are Louise Almeida, Jordan Barling, Gemma Hannah, Mina Rassam, Jack Trainor, Jeremy Cassrels, Michael Hope, Samuel Lane, Paul Thompson, Roslyn Vickers, Andrea Wilson, Kayla Greenwood and Sangeetha Badya.

The following have also been promoted to associate: Joseph Sherman, Nicola Howell, Garret Gaggiano, Michael Gu, Kayla Howe, Georgeana Luong, Catherine O’Connor, Jolene Ong, Nikhil Sachdev, Stef Silvestro, Nicola Voss, Shenaye Ralphs, Dominique Kerfoot, Michael O’Connor, Kate Wilkie, Wendy Wan, Samantha Hill and Natasha Scott-Kilsby.

The news follows the firm’s appointment of a principal from KHQ Lawyers as a new partner in April.

The news also follows recent promotions rounds in the profession, including: the promotion of 12, including three to partner, at Arnold Bloch Leibler earlier today (Tuesday, 27 June), Hamilton Locke’s elevation of 14 across its firm and one in its allied business, also earlier today; HopgoodGanim’s promotion of 25, including four to partner yesterday (Monday, 26 June); Hicksons’ promotion of 10, also yesterday; McCabes’ elevation of 13 to more senior roles, also on Monday; King & Wood Mallesons’ promotion of 77 lawyers, including 44 to senior associate, on Friday, 23 June; Wotton + Kearney elevated 34, including four to partner, also on Friday; Barry Nilsson promoting 21 on Thursday, 22 June; Hall & Wilcox promoting 48, including five to partner, on Wednesday, 21 June; McCullough Robertson elevated 17 lawyers, including two to partner, on Tuesday, 20 June; 55 being promoted as part of Mills Oakley’s EOFY promotions round on Monday, 19 June; the promotion of 23 at Thomson Geer on the same day; the elevation of 26 to more senior roles at Piper Alderman, also on the 19th; six new partners in Australia at King & Wood Mallesons announced on 16 June; the promotion of seven to partner at Gadens on 15 June; the elevation of 18 at the start of June at Johnson Winter Slattery, followed by its promotion of five to partner in late June; 35 senior promotions at Lander & Rogers in early June; four senior hires for MinterEllison’s consulting arm earlier this month; seven to partner at Moray & Agnew in late May; three new partners at Corrs Chambers Westgarth, also in late May; seven named as special counsel at Clyde & Co in early May; two new partners at DLA Piper as announced in late April; three new partners at Allen & Overy from April; seven to counsel roles at Herbert Smith Freehills in the same week and 10 to partner in Australia a week earlier; and the elevation of 13 to the partnership at Ashurst in mid-April.