McCullough Robertson recruits Newcastle locals
McCullough Robertson’s has hired four senior members to its Newcastle office.
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Construction lawyer Daniel Barrow will take up the position of Special Counsel, having completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) at Newcastle University and worked as a project manager/construction manager before commencing work as a construction lawyer.
Barrow also holds a Master of Laws.
“These appointments are consistent with McCullough Robertson’s plan of expansion, in particular, increasing investment in the resources and infrastructure sectors,' said Jeremy Kennedy, a partner with the firm.
McCullough Robertson opened its Newcastle office three years ago.
Senior Associates Alicia Kuczera (pictured) and Kate Addinall are specialist environmental and planning lawyers with a focus on the mining, energy and resources sector. The pair has over eleven years of legal experience between them, acting for major resources and industrial clients in NSW and overseas.
Addinall is returning home to Newcastle having recently completed her Masters of Environmental Law from the University of Sydney where she focused her studies on climate change and energy.
“The opportunity to work with a leading firm with an office in Newcastle, who is offering excellent alternatives to business and resources clients in the Hunter and have a wonderful lifestyle is a dream come true,” said Addinall.
Laura Rodger started with McCullough Robertson as a research clerk and worked her way through the graduate program with the firm. She has just been appointed to senior associate and will specialise in resources and construction law.