KWM expands partnership with nine promotions

The newly elevated lawyers bolster various offerings across the Australia and Singapore offices

KWM expands partnership with nine promotions

King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) has expanded its partnership in Australia and Singapore following the promotion of nine lawyers.

The new partners strengthen various offerings across different offices:

Sydney

  • Eleanor Atkins – dispute resolution
  • Gilles Cardonnel – energy, resources and infrastructure
  • Quintin du Plessis – M&A
  • Amy Maguire – banking and finance
  • Josh Thorneycroft – energy, resources and infrastructure

Melbourne

  • Jennifer Bell - energy, resources and infrastructure
  • Daryl Cox (also Singapore) – M&A
  • Mikkeli Godfree – dispute resolution
  • Chloe Moore– dispute resolution

KWM said that the new partners “bring a variety of private practice, in-house, and commercial experience from multiple jurisdictions”.

“Some have international experience and have previously worked in-house, while others have managed their own businesses, highlighting diverse pathways to partnership at KWM”, the firm explained. “Many of the newly appointed partners specialise in practices and sectors that align with the firm's key growth areas and address increasing client demand across Asia, including private capital, restructuring and insolvency, energy transition, infrastructure projects, and data and technology”.

The partners will officially step into their new roles on 1 July.

“Our nine new partners have demonstrated strong leadership qualities and I look forward to seeing them play an active role in progressing the firm’s strategy; reinforcing our culture and deepening their relationships with our clients”, CEP Australia Renae Lattey said.

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