Media Release | 28 September 2015

Hall & Wilcox Sydney has moved

Where have we moved?

Hall & Wilcox Sydney is now located at:

Level 9, 60 Castlereagh Street, Sydney.

All online services, email addresses and phone numbers remain the same.

Why the move?

Due to Hall & Wilcox’s rapid expansion in Sydney over the last 18 months, we needed to find a new space. This has allowed us to create a new integrated workspace in Sydney that encourages a high level of communication and collaboration using new technologies while efficiently facilitating the working style of a contemporary legal practice.

We want our workspace to reinforce the firm’s values, aspirations and identity and provide a flexible platform for the future.

As well as the latest technology, collaborative and focussed workspaces, we have incorporated functional client areas. Should clients need to check their emails, complete some work or have some down time between meetings, there is space to do so in the Hall & Wilcox reception area.

We look forward to welcoming you to our new workspace.


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


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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