Hall & Wilcox promotes three senior lawyers


Media Release | 30 June 2016

Leading independent business law firm Hall & Wilcox is pleased to announce three senior lawyer appointments, which will further bolster the firm’s strengths nationally in corporate, property and dispute resolution.

The appointments (as at 1 July 2016) are:

Conrad Smith, Special Counsel, Corporate & Commercial

Emily Kyraciou, Senior Associate, Property & Planning

David Markham, Senior Associate, Commercial Dispute Resolution

With these promotions and recent lateral appointments, this bring the firm’s total partner and senior lawyer number to 65 partners and 77 senior lawyers across the firm’s five offices – Melbourne, Sydney, Newcastle, Perth and Canberra.

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