Gilbert + Tobin expands partnership with key promotions

Four new partners and six special counsel take on new roles in July

Gilbert + Tobin expands partnership with key promotions
The four new partners at Gilbert + Tobin

Gilbert + Tobin has announced the promotion of four new partners and six special counsel, effective July 1, 2024.

The new partners are spread across the firm's Corporate Advisory, Disputes + Investigations, and G+T Ventures practice groups. With these additions, the total number of partners at the firm will reach 110.

The new partners include Wes Bainbridge in Corporate Advisory, Sydney; Olivia Blakiston in Corporate Advisory, Melbourne; Alexandra Whitby in Disputes + Investigations, Sydney; and Xavier Keary in G+T Ventures, Sydney.

"Congratulations to these outstanding individuals on their well-deserved promotions. We are delighted to welcome Olivia, Alexandra, Wes, and Xavier into the G+T partnership,” G+T Executive Partner Tim Gordon said.

“Each has made an enormous contribution to G+T and brings exceptional experience and expertise to areas of key focus for our clients. We also celebrate the elevation of the six talented special counsel in recognition of the wonderful contribution they make to our firm and our clients.”

The newly appointed special counsel are Kerry-Lee Carew in Banking + Projects, Sydney; Michael Spurritt in Banking + Projects, Sydney; Elizabeth Lathlean in Corporate Advisory, Sydney; Keara Stretton in Corporate Advisory, Melbourne; Bridget Sutton in Corporate Advisory, Melbourne; and Kasia Dziadosz-Findlay in Disputes + Investigations, Sydney.

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