70 promoted to senior posts at Clayton Utz

24 of the newly promoted lawyer have been elevated to special counsel

70 promoted to senior posts at Clayton Utz

Clayton Utz has promoted 70 lawyers in its latest senior promotions round.

The firm has 24 new special counsel, while 46 have been promoted to senior associate.

“Our new senior associates and special counsels are all talented and committed lawyers who have made significant contributions to the firm and our clients, and are very deserving of their promotions,” said Kate Jordan, deputy chief executive partner for people and development.

“These are the future leaders of our firm and we are looking forward to seeing them continue to stretch their leadership capabilities and flourish in their new roles,” she added.

Recently, Clayton Utz recruited partner Andrew Steele and his team from Norton Rose Fulbright, where he was joint head partner in Sydney.

The firm’s newly promoted lawyers are:

SPECIAL COUNSEL

Commercial litigation

  • Melbourne
    • Peter Sise
  • Perth
    • Tim Donisi
  • Sydney
    • Sheena McKie
    • Edmond Park
    • Emily Tranter
    • Katie Wood

Corporate, M&A, capital markets

  • Melbourne
    • Quentin Reidy
  • Perth
    • Stephen Neale
  • Sydney
    • Hugh Brolsma
    • Sidney Tang
    • Samy Mansour*

Insurance

  • Melbourne
    • Emma Mawson

IP and technology

  • Melbourne
    • James Neil

Major projects and construction

  • Brisbane
    • Rachael Schulz
  • Melbourne
    • Kate McKenna
    • Natalie Speranza
  • Sydney
    • Kristina Skamvougeras

Public sector

  • Brisbane
    • Tim Gordon

Real estate

  • Brisbane
    • Paula Noble
  • Melbourne
    • Jerome Martin
  • Sydney
    • Crystal Eggleton
    • Eugene Tan

Workplace relations and employment and safety

  • Brisbane
    • Hilary Searing
    • Matt Kelleher

SENIOR ASSOCIATES

Commercial litigation

  • Brisbane
    • Will Golinelli
    • Gemma O'Connor
  • Melbourne
    • JK Muckersie
    • Emily Wilde
  • Perth
    • Tessa Trend
  • Sydney
    • Ananya Roy
    • Lauren Stewart
    • Heloise Woodside

Competition

  • Sydney
    • Matthew Evans
    • Aaron Johnson
    • Doug Thompson
    • Alexander Vial

Corporate, M&A, capital markets

  • Sydney
    • Ben Cosentino
    •  Lara Solomons
    • Jared Webster
    • Johan Pietersz*

Environment and planning

  • Brisbane
    • Kate McLean
  • Melbourne
    • Hadleigh Pedler
  • Sydney
    • Wagih Doueihi*
    • Alison Packham*

Major projects and construction

  • Brisbane
    • Emily Hartnell
    • Kate Reading
  • Melbourne
    • Kate Grutzner
  • Perth
    • Mathea McCubbing
  • Sydney
    • Charlotte Gordon
    • Edwina Higgins
    • Shefali Vaishnav

Public sector

  • Brisbane
    • Lisa Brereton
    • Emily Costello
  • Canberra
    • Ingrid Bremers
    • Zeng He
    • Krysten Stevens
    • Nick Topfer
  • Sydney
    • Rebecca Wood

Real estate

  • Brisbane
    • George Kontoleon
    • Leighton Smith
  • Sydney
    • Max Bryant

Restructuring and insolvency

  • Brisbane
    • Anna Trevor
  • Melbourne
    • Talia Lirosi
  • Sydney
    • Mikhail Glavac

Tax

  • Melbourne
    • Alexandra Fraser

Workplace relations and employment and safety

  • Brisbane
    • Matthew Cameron
    • Brett Thompson
    • Claire Tuffield
  • Melbourne
    • Annabelle Lesage
    • Emma Vautin

* Effective 1 January 2018

 

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