Holding Redlich appoints new Canberra partner

The new hire is the third to join the Canberra office’s partnership since its opening in October 2021

Holding Redlich appoints new Canberra partner
Andrew Klein

Holding Redlich has named Andrew Klein as a new partner in its Canberra office.

He will join Holding Redlich’s national workplace relations and safety group and work alongside partners Elizabeth Carroll and Paul Menzies-McVey. Klein is the third partner to join the firm’s Canberra office since its opening in October 2021.

A renowned workplace relations lawyer, Klein has extensive expertise in unfair dismissal, adverse action, discrimination and bullying, workers compensation claims and employee entitlement disputes. He has represented a wide array of large government departments and agencies, including the Fair Work Commission, Federal Court and Australian Human Rights Commission.

Klein has also conducted sensitive and large-scale workplace investigations for Commonwealth and state and territory government departments and agencies.

According to Holding Redlich national managing partner Ian Robertson AO, Klein’s workplace relations expertise and deep understanding of government client needs will be beneficial to the firm’s growing government law practice in Canberra.

“With strong and growing demand for workplace relations legal services among government departments and agencies, having a Canberra-based senior lawyer of Andrew’s calibre will be invaluable in assisting our government clients achieve their objectives in this area,” Robertson said.

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