Piper Alderman, Holding Redlich recognised in 2025 Best Lawyers Australia

Young lawyers from both firms were honoured as Ones to Watch

Piper Alderman, Holding Redlich recognised in 2025 Best Lawyers Australia

Lawyers from Piper Alderman and Holding Redlich have been recognised in The Best Lawyers in Australia for 2025 list.

A total of 52 Piper Alderman lawyers were highlighted, while 33 in Holding Redlich received accolades. The list also featured lawyers who were making the list for the first time.

At Piper Alderman, partner Nick Burnett was awarded the accolade of Lawyer of the Year in legal malpractice litigation in Brisbane. The following lawyers made their inaugural appearances on the Best Lawyers list:

  • Mike Hayes - alternative dispute resolution, commercial law; insolvency and reorganisation law
  • Isabelle Gatley – litigation (Ones to Watch)
  • Hannah Guest – corporate law (Ones to Watch)
  • Stephen Kyrou - insolvency and reorganisation law (Ones to Watch)
  • Ben Tollner-Atkinson – litigation (Ones to Watch)

Over at Holding Redlich, the following made their debuts on the list:

  • Katherine Hammond - corporate law and mergers and acquisitions law (Brisbane, partner)
  • Megan Bishop - tax law (Melbourne, partner)
  • Robert Lyons - real property law (Brisbane, special counsel; Ones to Watch)
  • Katharine Huxley - planning and environmental law (Sydney, senior associate; Ones to Watch)

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