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Minters promotes 158

National law firm MinterEllison has promoted 158 professionals to more senior roles, over 60 per cent of whom are women.

user iconJerome Doraisamy 24 June 2024 Big Law
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MinterEllison has elevated 158 professionals across its national operations, including 17 to special counsel, two to executive director, three to director, 47 to senior associate, 85 to associate, and four to senior manager.

The news follows the firm’s promotion of nine lawyers to its partnership, as reported by Lawyers Weekly earlier this month.

The firm’s new special counsel are Deanna Caretti, Marian Morton, Terri Raciti, Lisa Papanicolaou, Sarah Pick, Jennifer Bourke, Prevot van der Merwe, Laura Berry, Kerry Gibson, Tim Mitchell, Danielle Monti, Jessica Nesbit, James Nicolson, Rebecca Sheppard, Glenn Sommerville, Tammy Tye, and Vanessa Walsh.

 
 

Michael Chhor and Sharon Tumber have been promoted to executive director, while Jack Stoneman, James Ikuuro, and Philip Anderson have been made directors.

The new senior associates are Cameron Gee, Dino Permadi, Dominic Puri, Elizabeth Schuster, Eve Bramley, Josh Carfi, Joshua Waters, Maria Amato, Richelle Kumar, Aaron Chisholm, Adelaide Towler, Alexandra Lambert, Athena Chambers, Elizabeth Ginges, Georgia Good, Lawrence Leung, Lilit Mouradian, Olivia Borgese, Pooja Tandon, Rosie Meyerowitz, Alexandra O’Grady, Alexandra Boydell, Bridget Linton, Catherine Livesey, Daniel Henningsen, Emily Lewis, Erin Smith, Gabrielle Gutmann, Helen Cheung, Isaac Buckland, Joshua McKersey, Justine Rizzo, Larissa Travassaros, Linda Kevorkian, Lucinda Taylor, Madaline Hartwig, Simon Brandis, Alice Mikhman, Amanda King, Daniel Kelly, Emily Miers, Harkiran Kaur, Ljubica Petrovic, Maria Cantrill, Nicholas Cruden, Rachael Richardson, and Shivi Bhargava.

The firm’s new senior managers are Andrew Fullerton, Danielle Brand, Joy Wu, and Sean Kao.

The names of the new associates have not been released.

The promotions, Minters said in a statement, reinforce its commitment to investing in the growth of its people and the long-term trajectory of their careers.

The firm further noted that more than three in five (62 per cent) of those promoted are women, “which builds on last year’s female senior appointments”, it said.

Speaking about the promotions round, MinterEllison chief executive and managing partner Virginia Briggs (pictured) said: “We recognise that our greatest strength lies in the diversity of our talent and the depth of expertise we offer.

“Each of our promotees is dedicated, highly skilled and committed to providing excellent client service every day.”