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Hall & Wilcox kicks off year with new promotions

Hall & Wilcox kicks off year with new promotions

Melbourne law firm Hall & Wilcox has announced four new senior associate promotions this year.

MELBOURNE law firm Hall & Wilcox has announced four new senior associate promotions this year.


Hall & Wilcox managing partner, Tony Macvean, said the promotions reflect the firm's continued growth and success.


"We value and invest in our people so that we can offer clients the best possible strategic advice and service delivery." 


Melinda Bell has also been appointed as a senior associate in the firm's employment and workplace relations group. Bell works across both litigious and non-litigious employment law matters.

 

Employment and workplace Relations partner Mark Dunphy said that Bell's is a hard working and conscientious member of the employment team. Bell joined Hall & Wilcox as an articled clerk in 2005. 

 

James Deady joined the firm's commercial and IP & technology group. Prior to joining Hall & Wilcox in 2008, James was employed by a Queensland law firm.

 

Tom McMahon has been appointed as a senior associate in the firm's commercial dispute resolution group. 

 

Sanaz Naimi is a new senior associate working in family law. Prior to joining Hall & Wilcox in 2009, Sanaz worked for a number of years at other Melbourne law firms, working on a wide range of family law matters including de facto property disputes and general litigation.

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