National law firm McCullough Robertson has named two new partners, one new special counsel and 13 new senior associates.
In its latest round of promotions, McCullough Robertson announced that 16 lawyers were being elevated to more senior positions. The promotions, the firm said in a statement, are in response to client needs “in a booming infrastructure and property market”.
Speaking about the promotions, firm chair of partners Reece Walker said: “These annual promotions provide a great opportunity to celebrate the diversity of our talent. Whilst businesses continue to be faced with the unpredictability of our economy, our people remain engaged, innovative and passionate about delivering for our clients which reflects the values of our firm and provides a great platform for the future.”
The two new partners are Marianne Lloyd-Morgan (real estate, Brisbane) and Strati Pantges (construction and infrastructure, Brisbane).
Mr Walker said: “I am delighted to welcome Marianne and Strati to the partnership. We are committed to building on the successes achieved for our clients since 1926, and I look forward to working closely with Marianne and Strati as we head towards our 100th year and beyond.”
Elsewhere, Gabriella Ritchie (litigation and dispute resolution, Brisbane) was promoted to special counsel, and the following lawyers were promoted to senior associate: Alan Wrigley, Alesia Shard, Andreea Turcas, Brooke Holdsworth, David Saunders, Emma Brown, Felicia Pserras, Holly Stjernqvist, Jennifer Ashlan, Katy Matheson, Meena Muthuraman, Michelle Betschart and Patrick O'Brien.
The new partners, special counsel and senior associate appointments are effective as of 1 July 2021.
The news follows Moray & Agnew promoting 25 to new roles, Hall & Wilcox promoting 36 to senior roles, Dentons promoting 14 to new positions, and King & Wood Mallesons adding 10 to the partnership ranks.