Holding Redlich Braces itself with new hire
Holding Redlich has recruited a new senior associate to the firm’s Brisbane office.
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Shelley‐Anne Brace has joined the firm from Michael Sing Lawyers, where she was a special counsel in the workplace relations practice.
Brace has extensive experience in workplace relations, industrial relations and OHS law.
In her previous role she advised clients on employment contracts, enterprise agreements, employee entitlements, industrial instrument interpretation, performance management and discipline, and organisational policy.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Brace worked as a human resources manager and police officer. She then worked as a prosecutor for the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
During this time she was seconded to Queensland Health and Crown Law as a senior lawyer, where she was involved in major workplace and industrial conflicts and discrimination matters.
Following this she was a barrister at Atkin Chambers for three years, where she specialised in workplace relations.