Lucky 13 make partner in KWM's mid-year promotions cycle

The elevations strengthen the firm’s Australia offerings in burgeoning areas like IP and fintech

Lucky 13 make partner in KWM's mid-year promotions cycle
KWM’s newest partners

King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) has elevated 13 lawyers as its newest partners in its mid-year promotions round.

“Each of our new partners are at the leading-edge with their specialist legal skills, expertise and passion for delivering outstanding client service. I’m very pleased to be welcoming such a talented and diverse group of new partners – it’s fantastic to see such a broad set of minds and experiences join our partnership – and I congratulate them all on this significant career milestone,” Australia CEP Renae Lattey said.

The appointments strengthen the firm’s offerings in burgeoning areas like fintech, regulatory investigation, technology/data and energy, KWM noted. The lawyers hail from the firm’s offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

The lucky 13 are as follows:

  • Daniel Bragg – structured finance and securitisation
  • Matthew Carr – construction dispute resolution
  • Dan Flanagan – acquisition finance and corporate finance
  • Jasmine Forde – dispute resolution
  • Natalie Halpern – corporate finance and debt capital markets
  • Amanda Isouard – ECM
  • Jess Kruger – commercial transactions, technology and IP
  • James Russell – commercial disputes
  • Tim Sumner – government, energy, natural resources and infrastructure
  • Judith Taylor – income tax
  • Mandy Tsang – insurance
  • Mark Vanderneut – public and private M&A
  • Angela Weber – employee relations and safety

The new partners step into their roles on 1 July.

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