McCabes attracts five-strong team to property practice

New principal Penny Cable joins in line with the firm's growth strategy

McCabes attracts five-strong team to property practice

McCabes has attracted a five-strong team of property law experts to its commercial division.

Joining the firm are new principal Penny Cable, special counsel Daniel Murray, senior associate Nicholas Sharman, associate Daniel Weissel and lawyer Allegra Parker. The team was described by managing principal Andrew Lacey as a “perfect fit” for McCabes.

“Penny has a reputation of talent, professionalism, and efficiency, which is exactly the kind of leader that will take our property group, and commercial division at large, to new heights,” Lacey said.

The firm said that the hire of Cable is a major step in its growth strategy, which includes developing its property team. Cable praised McCabes’ strong vision.

“The firm’s future-driven vision and supportive culture allows us the opportunity to grow as a team as well as at an individual level,” Murray added.

The McCabes commercial division tackles matters involving mining services, engineering and manufacturing, transport, education, hospitality and tourism, consumer products, professional services, not-for-profit and religious organisations, among others. The firm acts for both private and public clients.

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