Career moves: MinterEllison


MinterEllison has announced its highest number of promotions since before the COVID pandemic, including many Queensland-based appointments.

Jennifer Veiga (workplace), Euon Williams (real estate) and Sian Keast (project infrastructure and construction) have been promoted to Partner.

Jennifer Veiga
Jennifer Veiga

Jennifer has extensive experience in workplace misconduct, work safety incidents, discrimination, bullying and harassment, and undertaking workplace investigations, including allegations involving senior executives. She has also advised on termination of employment, contract drafting, redundancy and employee entitlements.

Euon Williams
Euon Williams

Euon has significant experience in commercial property law, with a particular focus on capital transactions (both acquisitions and disposals) and complex leasing transactions across all real property asset classes. He regularly advises on the real property aspects of major resources and infrastructure projects, pipeline developments and renewable energy projects.

Sian Keast
Sian Keast

Sian has worked across a range of legal sectors, most notably transport, health and infrastructure. She has a particular interest in solutions development at the intersection of public policy, market trends and law, and assists both government and private sector clients. Sian’s work has also included assisting health authorities with construction, operational and governance matters.

Queensland Special Counsel appointments include Anastasia Maynes (transaction soluntions), Taya Hunt (workplace), Sacha Shannon (insurance and corporate risk), Tanya Sciasci (ICP volume), Allie Flack (projects, infrastructure and construction) and Leanne Weekes (real estate).

Queensland Senior Associate promotions include James Kleine (project solutions), Anna Gunning-Stevenson (workplace), Bianca Laird (workplace), Harriet Smith (workplace), Luke Gallant (workplace), Sophie Qu (dispute resolution), Jon Wright (insurance and corporate risk), Michael Thomas (insurance and corporate risk), Erika-Jane Baigent (ICP volume), Rebecca Horne (ICP volume), Elissa Morcombe (projects, infrastructure and construction), Hazal Gacka (project, infrastructure and construction), Sam Rafter (projects, infrastructure and construction), Lucy Cuthbert (real estate) and Rebecca Tyquin (real estate).

At QLS Proctor we are keen to help firms and their teams celebrate promotions and new appointments. Please email details of any lawyer promotions or appointments to Ensure you include some details of the person’s areas of expertise and achievements, along with a best-quality head-and-shoulders image.

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