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Lynch Meyer promotes senior associate to special counsel

Adelaide-based law firm Lynch Meyer Lawyers has elevated a senior associate in its Asia practice to special counsel, as the practice moves to expand its Asia practice.

user iconGrace Robbie 15 February 2024 SME Law
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Kyle Lawson (pictured), who has served at Lynch Meyer for seven years, has been named as the firm’s newest special counsel.

The news follows Lynch Meyer’s appointment of Vanessa Balnaves as a new partner and head of family law in early January, its hiring of property partner Yari McCall at the beginning of December, the appointment of Evyenia Walton as new partner to lead its commercial practice at the end of November, and a new senior associate for its construction, infrastructure and engineering team at the start of November.


The firm proclaimed in a statement that “the strategic promotion of Kyle is an important step of Lynch Meyer Lawyers in continuing to strengthen its Asia and China advisory practice, which assists local and international clients navigating the legal landscape and regulatory regime in Australia”.

Mr Lawson has, Lynch Meyer went on, “extensive experience” advising Asian clients on their investments into Australia, and he specialises in commercial projects, real estate transactions, project finance, Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) regime and property development projects.

His proficiency and fluency in Mandarin and Cantonese, combined with his deep understanding of Asian markets, has enabled him to provide tailored legal solutions to a diverse range of clients, the firm proclaimed.

His promotion highlights his proficiency in commercial transactions and property development projects, enhancing Lynch Meyer Lawyers’ ability to cater to the needs of both local and international clients seeking to establish their presence in Australia and globally, the firm concluded.