Hall & Wilcox has added to its national projects and infrastructure capability with the appointment of new partner Catie Moore.
Catie is a highly regarded projects and infrastructure lawyer. She has deep experience across a broad range of sectors and service lines, including transport, private/public partnerships (PPPs), water, energy and resources, construction and property. Catie will focus on advising on and executing infrastructure projects, including in relation to rail, PPPs, water and renewables.
Catie has been recognised in Best Lawyers in Australia 2015-2022 for construction and infrastructure law, energy law and commercial law.
‘Catie is an excellent commercial lawyer and a great addition to our team. With a significant amount of infrastructure investment by both government and the private sector on the horizon, Catie’s experience will be of great value to our clients,’ he said.
Catie said, ‘I am delighted to be joining the projects and infrastructure practice at Hall & Wilcox. I look forward to working with Mark and Paul to deliver exceptional outcomes to clients.’
Hall & Wilcox is a leading independent law firm of more than 850 people, including over 100 partners, delivering legal services to corporate, public sector and private clients, both Australian-based and those offshore doing business in Australia.
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