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New special counsel to join ‘revolutionary’ WA firm

After a successful launch to combat the “broken” traditional model a new special counsel has joined the new Western Australian firm to further bolster its employment and workplace relations practice.

user iconTony Zhang 15 April 2020 NewLaw
Beth Robinson
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Beth Robinson, who comes from MinterEllison, will join Mason Ledgers employment and workplace relations team in Western Australia.

Executive chairman Chris Bates said that this appointment reflected the strong growth of the firm ever since its launch.

The support we have received from the Western Australian business community since launching Mason Ledger has been incredible, and we are very grateful,” Mr Bates said.


“It seems our model is resonating with the business community, by providing clients with more choice in relation to how they engage with us.” 

Ms Robinson has represented employers across a range of industries, from small businesses to multinationals, with respect to their employment, human resources, workplace, industrial relations and OH&S needs.

Carla Vinciullo who is a partner in Mason Ledger’s employment & workplace relations practice group says she welcomes Ms Robinson to the team.

“Beth is regarded as one Western Australia’s pre-eminent employment & workplace relations lawyers and joins us from MinterEllison where she has worked with the same team for over 10 years,” Ms Vincinullo said.

“Beth was attracted to Mason Ledger because we are attracting top-tier clients, with the ability to provide a personalised service at a better price point than the national/international law firms.

“Beth will be strongly supported so that she can work a genuine four-day week and enjoy some quality time with her young family on her day off.

“We build teams of amazing people, around amazing people, so we can better service our clients at a lower price point, without burning out our lawyers and professional support staff.