Fri 10 2018

Public Law – Issue Two

Welcome to the second issue of Hall & Wilcox’s newsletter for the public sector, Public Law.

In this issue, we look at what’s happening in this sector, including legal technology and analytics, public safety and social infrastructure.

If you have any comments on what you would like to see in Public Law or any questions on what is featured, please let us know.

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With over 25 years of corporate, commercial and regulatory experience, Alison has specialised in advising clients in the health, aged care, disability, life sciences and community sectors...

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Kylie is a senior practitioner with extensive experience in advising both government and non-government clients across all areas of employment, workplace relations, discrimination and health and safety law...

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Kathryn specialises in resolving disputes, and works collaboratively with her clients to provide the legal and strategic advice that best achieves their preferred outcome...

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Katrina practises principally in the areas of commercial law and property law and development.

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Matthew joined Hall & Wilcox on 1 July 2017, after almost 30 years at Harris Wheeler, most recently as managing partner of the firm and supervising partner of the firm’s Commercial practice.

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Kelli has extensive experience in insurance, product liability, public liability and workers’ compensation having acted for more than 30 years on behalf of insurers (both domestic and international), corporations, government bodies and instrumentalities.

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