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Arnold Thomas & Becker promotes 17, hires 11

Following another year of double-digit growth, Arnold Thomas & Becker has welcomed 11 new lawyers to the firm, as well as promoted a further 17 legal staff.

user iconLauren Croft 14 July 2023 Big Law
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Mid-tier law firm Arnold Thomas & Becker has bolstered its ranks with 28 new appointments, including one special counsel, two senior associates, seven associates, one lawyer, one law clerk, six trainee lawyers, five senior legal assistants, four legal assistants and one junior legal assistant.

Managing director of Arnold Thomas & Becker Lee Flanagan said the new hires and promotions came after a particularly pleasing 2023 financial year result.

“We are thrilled to announce the appointment of 11 lawyers and the promotions of 17 of our existing staff following another year of above-industry growth. New roles have been created across our business in response to the needs of our growing firm, and the promotions have been extended to members of our team in recognition of their outstanding contribution,” he said.

 
 

“Over the past 12 months, Arnold Thomas & Becker has seen new clients increase by 20 per cent, and we have also seen similar positive growth of revenue and staff numbers. FY23’s outstanding results have meant that our firm has seen new clients increase by 90 per cent over a three-year period. This is a reflection of the hard work, expertise and dedication of all of our people.

“We are so pleased to see that more and more people are choosing Arnold Thomas & Becker to represent them in their legal matters and that more people are choosing to join us and work with our firm.”

Sara Kaurin has joined the firm as special counsel, and she was previously a senior associate and practice leader of travel and abuse law at Shine Lawyers.

Associate Nytia Rajan joins from Kennedys, associate Alexandra Serban joins from Zaparas Lawyers, where she was a lawyer, and associate Yen Tran joins from Redlich’s Work Injury Lawyers, where she was also an associate.

In addition, Madeline Macriyiannis has joined the firm as a lawyer, and Rachel de Macedo, Kate Schultz, Zoe Sinadinos, William Storey, Masa Tawalbeh and Bethany Whitehead have all been appointed as trainee lawyers.

Within the firm, Ilbron Osalian and David Thomas have been promoted to senior associate, and Shaun Colebrook, Sharlene Mehta, Georgia Sneddon and Maxine Radwan have all been promoted to associate.

Casey Jenkins has been promoted to law clerk. The new senior legal assistants at the firm are Jessica Bennett, Alarna Brotto, Stephanie Coleman, Evelyn Gentikoglou and Matthew Hume.

Malsha Fernando, Isobelle Lackner, Nikkiah Signorini and Ysabella Antonio have been promoted to legal assistant, as well as Gemma Williams to junior legal assistant.

Moreover, Mr Flanagan said the firm was “currently hiring for a number of roles at all levels” and would continue to grow moving forward.

“I welcome each new employee and congratulate our newly promoted people on this significant milestone in their career. We look forward to seeing each person continue to thrive in our workplace.

“Our strong results are a result of the contributions of all our people, so we hope to continue to give back by providing improved benefits, opportunities and promoting a great workplace. Over the past three years, we have increased our staff by more than 90 per cent and created new roles across the organisation. This continued investment in people has had such a positive impact on our organisation and has assisted us to build our practice into a market-leading position,” he added.

“It’s been another rewarding year, and we are excited to celebrate the achievements of our people and the results we consistently provide to more and more clients. We are energised by the outcomes we have achieved, and by continuing our strong focus on investing in our people and in future growth, I have every confidence these outstanding performance results will continue.”