50 lawyers elevated to senior positions at MinterEllison

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MinterEllison has elevated 50 lawyers to senior positions as part of its 2017 senior promotions round.

The batch includes 12 new partners, 6 new special counsel, and 32 senior associates. Nearly three in five of all the appointees are women, as the firm’s promotions reflects its focus on greater gender diversity.

“I am extremely proud of this team. I know they’ll make an important contribution to our business and play an important role in shaping the future of our firm,” said Tony Harrington, MinterEllison chief executive.

The bulk of the new partners are from the firm’s mergers and acquisitions group. The projects, infrastructure and construction, and the insurance and corporate risk groups get two new partners each, while the tax and the human resources and industrial relations teams each get a new partner.

The new members of MinterEllison’s senior team are:

Human resources and industrial relations

David Woodman

Insurance and corporate risk
Ramanan Rajendran
Will Sharpe

Mergers and acquisitions
Bryn Davis
Andrea Frank
Sheena Jackson
Jordan Phillips
Tom Shon
George Tong

Projects, infrastructure and construction
Eve Eisman
Carrie Metcalfe

Elissa Romanin

Financial institutions
Wayne Fellows

Human resources and industrial relations
Eliza Evans

Mergers and acquisitions
Keith Tan
Annabel West

Real estate, environment, and planning
Tim Poisel

Daniel Slater

Commercial and regulatory

Sarah Pick

Dispute resolution
Megan Evetts
Evan Goldman
Vanessa Lamborn
Courtney Locke

Financial institutions
Kathryn Eales
Matthew Wong
Shirley Wong

Human Resources
Jennifer Bourke
Bernadette McCabe
Alison Smith
Roxy Topham

Insurance and corporate risk
Zoe Blanchett
Jessica Campbell
Liam Dennis
Tom Galvin

Mergers and acquisitions
Mandy Bayarbat
Matthew Caddy
Reiteke Grosser
Charmaine Panickar
Lotus Sun
Guy Cosgrove

Projects, infrastructure and construction
Chris Hey
Claire Laverick
Kate Morrison
Carly Roberts
Simon Smith
Luke Trimarchi

Real estate, environment, and planning
Jacinta  Goutama
James Innes
Tarryn Loftus

Rebecca Clarke

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