Hicksons Lawyers recognised in the 2025 Edition of Best Lawyers in Australia

Hicksons is delighted to share that a number of our lawyers have been acknowledged in the 2025 Edition of Best Lawyers in Australia.

With lawyers being recognised in various practices, this achievement highlights the firm’s commitment in delivering our best in creating exceptional outcomes for clients.
We would like to congratulate the following lawyers for their recognition as Best Lawyers in their respective fields:

Cameron Leaver – Insurance Law, Medical Negligence and Professional Malpractice Litigation

Chris Moore – Commercial Law and Litigation
Freida Stylianou – Medical Negligence and Personal Injury Litigation

John Kell – Health and Aged Care Law, Non-Profit / Charities Law, Retirement Villages and Senior Living Law

Lachlan Wilson – Insolvency and Reorganisation Law

Les Sara – Insurance Law

Mark Robinson – Personal Injury Litigation

Olga Sclavenitis – Medical Negligence

Paul Hendriks – Insurance Law and Product Liability Litigation

Stewart Cameron – Insurance Law

Violet Stojkova – Medical Negligence

View all those recognised in the 2025 Edition of Best Lawyers here.

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