15 June 2018
Public Law – Issue One
Welcome to the first issue of Hall & Wilcox’s quarterly newsletter for the Victorian Government, Public Law.
This publication provides insight into current legal topics as well as updates on what we are doing and seeing in the Victorian public sector landscape.
If you have any comments on what you would like to see in Public Law or any questions on what is featured in Issue One, please let us know.
Natalie has close to 20 years’ experience in property, planning and environment law and has been recognised as a leading Australian lawyer in this area in Doyle's Guide to the Australian Legal Profession...More about Natalie
Anastasia’s practice focuses on personal injury litigation management and administrative law. Anastasia focuses on achieving quality outcomes for her clients in worker’s compensation matters, including statutory benefits and common law claims under the Accident Compensation Act 1985 (Vic) and the Workplace Injury Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2013 (Vic).More about Anastasia
Kathryn specialises in resolving disputes, and works collaboratively with her clients to provide the legal and strategic advice that best achieves their preferred outcome...More about Kathryn
Rory has over 10 years’ experience in planning and environmental law and was recognised in 2016 as a “Rising Star” in Planning and Environment, and again in 2018 as a Recommended Town Planning & Development Lawyer in the Doyle’s Guide to the Australian Legal Profession.More about Rory
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