Arnold Thomas & Becker promotes 5, opens 2 new offices

By Jerome Doraisamy|20 July 2020
Arnold Thomas & Becker

Five lawyers have been promoted at personal injury firm Arnold Thomas & Becker, while the firm entered the new financial year by opening two new Melbourne offices.

Personal injury firm Arnold Thomas & Becker has elevated two lawyers to senior associate – Aki Munir and Kelly Schober – and three have been promoted to associate: Louisa Atanasovski, Maria Civisic and Nick Korkliniewski.

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Speaking about the promotions, firm principal Lee Flanagan said each of those elevated to new roles has “consistently demonstrated exceptional client care and legal expertise”.

“Nurturing and promoting our people is central to our values and strategy of providing the best client service. These accomplished lawyers have shown that being a trusted adviser is at the heart of our commitment to clients, and I would like to congratulate all of them on their promotions,” he said.

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As of the new financial year, the firm also has two new offices in Melbourne, which expands the firm’s presence in the Garden State to six permanent locations.
The Ringwood office will be led by practice manager Don Maffia and the Dandenong office will be led by branch manager Travis Fewster.

“We will be offering a range of legal services including WorkCover and TAC and the firm acts for people who have suffered from medical negligence, abuse and others seeking damages through common law applications,” Mr Flanagan said.

The new offices will provide legal services to more Victorians closer to where they live. Whist we have adpated some of our client interactions to [Tele-law] (services delivered by phone and online) during the COVID-19 crisis, we continue to offer some services in person with appropriate safety measures in place.

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