McCullough Robertson has announced its latest round of promotions.
The firm has appointed two new Partners – Michael Lucey (litigation and dispute resolution) and Andrew Bukowski (corporate).
Michael has more than 10 years’ experience across all aspects of public and administrative law litigation, and has advised a range of Commonwealth, state and local government departments and government-owned entities.
Andrew is a corporate lawyer in the traditional mining and resources space. He has worked to build the firm’s practice in renewables, other new and emerging energy markets and critical minerals. His focus areas also include large and complex mergers and acquisitions transactions.
Louise Horrocks has returned from a leave of absence to McCullough Robertson as a Partner, and will lead the firm’s ESG practice area.
Louise was previously the joint-lead of the firm’s resources and renewable industry group. She has extensive experience in energy transition as well as in environmental, social and governance focus areas, and has advised major Australian and international clients in the energy, resources and industrials sector.
In addition to the partnership promotions, a number of practitioners have also been appointed to Special Counsel and Senior Associate roles.
Queensland Special Counsel appointments include Emile McPhee (finance), James Lynagh (insurance and corporate risk), Meg Morgan (corporate), Naomi Omundson (corporate) and Tom Reaburn (employment relations and safety).
Queensland Senior Associate promotions include Ben Turnbull (project approvals), Matthew Stewart (corporate), Melissa Simpson (tax) and Michael Horrocks (corporate).
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