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M&A lawyer returns to Addisons as special counsel

Sydney-based law firm Addisons has welcomed back a corporate M&A lawyer as a special counsel, who most recently served at a top-tier Korean firm.

user iconJerome Doraisamy 29 May 2023 SME Law
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Robert Dooley (pictured) has returned to Addisons, having spent the last six years at top-tier Korean law firm Bae, Kim & Lee.

Before that, he was a senior associate at Addisons and also at global firm Norton Rose Fulbright.


Mr Dooley has, the firm said in a statement, practised law for 15 years in Australia and South Korea, where he advised European, US and Asia-based strategic and financial investors on inbound and outbound investments in a variety of industries and sectors, as well as investment in and development of renewable and traditional energy projects.

He also, Addisons continued, has “extensive experience” advising on Australian water law, acting for most of the major NSW-based private irrigation supply networks, as well as government-funded and privately funded infrastructure programs like the Australian government’s Private Irrigation Infrastructure Operators Program.

Speaking about the firm’s newest special counsel, Addisons managing partner Kieren Parker said: “We are very pleased to have Robert back at Addisons.

“He has gained superb international experience and contacts, and brings a wealth of knowledge to our corporate, water law and agribusiness practices.

“The door was always open for Robert’s return, and he has already hit the ground running.”

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