MinterEllison yesterday announced 71 promotions, including 13 in Queensland, covering all areas of practice.
The firm promoted 68 new senior associates across its legal practices, and announced two new directors and one new senior manager in its consulting practices.
In line with the firm’s commitment to gender equality, women represent 68% of the promotions.
CEO and Managing Partner Annette Kimmitt, said: “Faced with uncertain times, this cohort continues to demonstrate resilience and agility. They bring deep technical excellence, are curious and innovative and are focused on building deep and enduring relationships with clients.
“Their commitment to making diversity, in all its forms, a central tenet of how our firm collaborates is inspiring. The partners are enormously proud to support their progress and continued success.”
The 13 new senior associates in Queensland – 12 in Brisbane and one on the Gold Coast – are:
Taya Hunt and Jessica Mansell
In the workplace law team, Taya Hunt and Jessica Mansell.
Elizabeth Emmett, who works in the area of competition, risk and regulatory.
Courtney Coyne and Claire Davies
Dispute resolution team members Courtney Coyne and Claire Davies.
Tegun Perry from the environment and planning team.
Sarah Cahill, Alexandria Hammerton, Matt Hammond, James Knell and Megan Sharkey
Sarah Cahill, Alexandria Hammerton, Matt Hammond, James Knell and Megan Sharkey, who work in the projects, infrastructure and construction team.
Yvette Mason and Ruth Sainsbury
Yvette Mason (Gold Coast office) and Ruth Sainsbury, who are on the real estate team.