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On The Move

On The Move

By LIV Media


Here are some of the latest moves by lawyers and firms.


Sparke Helmore Lawyers

Five new partners:

  1. John Toigo
  2. Paul O’Dea
  3. Shane Williamson
  4. Brad Vinning
  5. Steven Cardell

Hope Earle Lawyers

Evelyn Wong has joined the firm as an Associate

Logie-Smith Lanyon Lawyers

Tie-up with South China’s premier law firm to benefit clients. Melbourne-based Logie-Smith Lanyon (LSL) has entered into an alliance with one of the largest law firms in South China. LSL has signed a formal cooperation agreement with Kingpound law firm, who are based in China’s third-largest city of Guangzhou.

KHQ Lawyers

KHQ Lawyers has bolstered its tax, M&A and private wealth capabilities with the recruitment of Prath Balasubramaniam as Principal Solicitor together with Justin Harty and Alex Bevacqua (also both formerly of M+K) have joined KHQ Lawyer’s Tax & Structuring team. Greg Oliver has joined KHQ Lawyers’ Family & Relationship Law team, having moved across from Moores Legal.

Australian Lawyers Alliance

Robinson Gill Principal, Jeremy King, has been appointed as the Victorian State President of the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA). Jeremy, who is an Accredited Specialist in personal injury, has built his practice around two discrete areas of expertise: police misconduct and TAC compensation claims.


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