Media Release | 18 December 2013

Hall & Wilcox makes six new internal appointments

Leading Australian independent business law firm Hall & Wilcox today announced six internal senior appointments.

Hall & Wilcox Managing Partner, Tony Macvean, commented:

“Andrea, Richard, Kate, Jiayue, Victoria and Leigh all uphold the Hall & Wilcox core values, including client focus, accountability and excellence.

“We are very fortunate to have wonderful, talented people progressing through the firm.”

The appointments will commence on 1 January 2014.

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Oliver Jankowsky

Partner & Head of International Practice

Ed Paton

Partner & Head of SE Asia Practice

Eugene Chen

Partner & Head of China Practice

Melanie Smith

Director - Business Development, Marketing and Communications

Natalie Bannister

Partner & Commercial National Practice Leader

Rhett Slocombe

Partner & Insurance National Practice Leader

Katie McKenzie

DIRECTOR - PEOPLE & CULTURE

James Bull

Special Counsel and Head of Frank

Melanie James

People & Culture Manager

Jacqui Barrett

Partner & Head of US Practice

Paul O’Donnell

Consultant & Head of Energy

Christopher Brown

Partner & Head of UK Practice

Lauren Parrant

Senior People & Culture Advisor, as at 1 July 2022

Melinda Woledge

Marketing & Communications Manager

Jasmine Koh

Senior Associate and Head of Frank

Alison Choy Flannigan

Partner & Leader, Health & Community

Billie Kerkez

Manager – Smarter Recovery Solutions

Peter Jones

Senior Commercial Counsel

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