HopgoodGanim Lawyers has started the year with the promotion of five lawyers, including one partner.
Justin McInally has joined the partnership, growing it to 42. Known for his expertise in property law matters, his practice covers commercial property sales and acquisitions, commercial and retail leasing, and property developments.
He has advised on the sale and purchase of CBD office buildings, shopping centres, industrial and agricultural properties, transport and infrastructure assets, and development sites. He is also internationally experienced, having worked for global law firms in the UK and in Australia.
His promotion comes less than a year after he was elevated to special counsel.
HopgoodGanim has also promoted Laura Hanrahan, who services the firm’s private clients, to special counsel. She is solely focused on the areas of estate planning and superannuation, advising clients on wills, testamentary trusts, powers of attorney, superannuation, family discretionary trusts, self-managed superannuation, and the administration of deceased estates. She has a background in family law and private enterprise and taxation.
The firm has also promoted Elizabeth Harvey, Kellie Clee, and Sarah O’Brien-Smith to senior associate.