PwC bolsters its NewLaw capabilities

By Jerome Doraisamy|10 December 2019

PwC Australia’s NewLaw team has moved to strengthen its legal transformation capabilities by adding two specialists from Gilbert + Tobin.

Peter Dombkins and Krisson Nandha have both joined PwC from G+T, bringing their expertise in legal transformation and legal project management to the firm’s in-house and general counsel clients.

Mr Dombkins was the head of transformation and legal project management at G+T, and has more than 15 years’ international experience as a program director specialising in complex organisational change with a focus on project and portfolio management.

Mr Nandha, PwC said in a statement, has expertise in continuous improvement, change management and legal project management.

NewLaw, PwC said, “helps legal departments and law firms work smarter with capability uplift, optimal processes and technology solutions, and managed legal and outsource solutions”.

Speaking about the new appointments, PwC NewLaw leader Mick Sheehy said: “Between them, Peter and Krisson will bring new expertise and further depth to our NewLaw team.”

“They have worked with iconic companies in Australia and overseas and are leaders in their field, adding great new capability to the PwC NewLaw business we are building in Australia and globally,” he said.

PwC bolsters its NewLaw capabilities
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