35 ascend in Lander & Rogers’ latest promotions cycle

Nine lawyers join the firm's partnership effective 1 July

35 ascend in Lander & Rogers’ latest promotions cycle
Lander & Rogers Melbourne

A total of 35 lawyers take on new roles following Lander & Rogers’ latest promotions cycle.

As of 1 July, the firm expands its partnership ranks by 9, while the number of special counsel is inflated by 12. Meanwhile, 14 will become senior associates.

“The role of lawyers is changing alongside the growing complexity of commercial, regulatory and compliance imperatives facing organisations and individuals. Today's practitioners must have greater breadth and depth of expertise than ever before, and keep pace with developments in innovative legal and business practice, such as in privacy, cyber security risk and legal process automation and artificial intelligence”, CEP Genevieve Collins said.

Not only do the promotions beef up the firm’s leadership, it also highlights Lander & Rogers’ commitment to gender balance. With the new additions, the partnership will become 48% female.

The new partners are as follows:

  • Nicola Mooney – compensation law
  • David Tink – corporate
  • Claire Walczak – family and relationship law
  • Charlotte Adol - insurance law and litigation
  • Judy Truong - insurance law and litigation
  • Mylinh L'Estrange – insurance law and litigation
  • Cameron Hannebery – workplace relations and safety
  • James Hill - real estate and projects
  • Rohan Dias – real estate and projects

Collins pointed out that many of the newly minted partners have played key roles in transformation projects and new product development.

“Examples include digitisation of client onboarding, real-time access and reporting, contract automation and automated due diligence, with our new partners driving delivery efficiencies and reducing risk exposure for our clients”, she said.

Recent articles & video

W+K adopts gen-AI tool designed for Australian legal market

HSF, Maddocks confirm roles in $2.3bn PSC Insurance acquisition

Hunt & Hunt announces support for St Kilda Film Festival

G+T helps banks secure ACCC authorisation for mortgage aggregator assurance program

Data Zoo taps KWM for support on Ellerston Capital investment

Allens assists QIC on minerals fund's initial investments

Most Read Articles

High Court affirms right to reliance damages in landmark breach of contract case

KKR snaps up Perpetual businesses in $2bn deal with G+T's help

Clifford Chance recruits partners from Shearman & Sterling, White & Case as it expands US presence

ASX lister raises $121m with Lander & Rogers' help