Hall & Wilcox continues national growth with new Brisbane team


Leading independent business law firm, Hall & Wilcox, continues to grow nationally with the hiring of a Brisbane-based insurance team.

The team of 20 is headed by partners Terry Killian, Kelli Stallard and Angela Brookes, and has particular strength in workers’ compensation, personal injuries and product liability. The team acts on behalf of state, national and international clients.

Rhett Slocombe, Hall & Wilcox National Insurance Practice Head, said the team adds significantly to the firm’s national insurance capabilities. “The team complements Hall & Wilcox’s existing market leading statutory insurance and workers’ compensation practices, and broader insurance capability. We plan to continue to leverage our position to deliver better value and Smarter Law to our clients.”

Tony Macvean, Hall & Wilcox Managing Partner, said the firm plans further growth in its Brisbane office and nationally. “We will continue to look to attract quality people and teams where there is a strong strategic and client rationale and cultural alignment.”


Melinda Woledge

Melinda Woledge

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Melinda is the Marketing & Communications Manager. She is responsible for the external and internal communication strategy.

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