13 new senior associates at Allens

The diverse set of new senior associates come from four practice groups

13 new senior associates at Allens
Allens has appointment of 13 new senior associates, who will be promoted effective from the start of next year.
The promotions are recognition of the skill and client focus of the members of the talented group, the firm said of the significant career milestones.
“We are delighted to support the next generation of leaders at Allens as they advance their careers,” said the firm’s managing partner, Richard Spurio.
“Each new senior associate will bring a diversity of ideas, perspectives and experiences to the role as they take the next step in their professional development,” added Spurio.
The new Allens senior associates are:
Banking and Finance
David Yang
Gabriela Wilson
Jonathan Hoe
Lauren McInnes
Rebecca Sheehy
Tom Griffin
Energy, Resources and Infrastructure
Nicola Lord
Oliver Hobbs
Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Michela Agnoletti
Tim Farhall
Daniel MacPherson
Jerome Entwisle
Alexandra Doyle

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