Colin Biggers & Paisley names new special counsel

April Campbell possesses a wealth of experience across the firm’s strategic target markets

Colin Biggers & Paisley names new special counsel

Colin Biggers & Paisley (CBP) has bolstered its insurance offering with the appointment of April Campbell as special counsel.

Campbell joins the team in Sydney. CBP managing partner Nick Crennan said that her appointment was “an exciting one for the team”, which has seen substantial growth over the previous year as it looks to build on its leading reputation across Australia.

“We are particularly excited to welcome April, who has extensive experience across our strategic target markets. She will complement our team of experts in their field,” Crennan said. “Her experience extends over an impressive portfolio of clients and we look forward to being able to harness that experience to continue to grow our insurance practice.”

Having been in practice for over 19 years, Campbell has handled numerous professional indemnity claims and defended a broad range of professionals, including barristers, solicitors, accountants, insurance brokers, real estate agents, strata and property managers, engineers, surveyors, building and pest inspectors, and medical practitioners.

Moreover, she has significant experience acting for directors and officers and defending public and property liability claims. She also routinely advises insurers on policy interpretation and coverage issues.

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