Hicksons promotes 9 lawyers as growth continues

Consistent with the firm’s 2025 Strategic Vision, Hicksons continues its strong business growth, maintaining a commitment to ongoing development of its future leaders through significant investment in its people. Shaped by the needs and expectations of its current and future clients, the firm’s newest additions to leadership roles offer depth of diversity and will be significant contributors to the firm through their expertise, excellence and innovative mindset.

Hicksons is delighted to announce the promotion of nine of its lawyers into senior leadership positions, with four of these at partner level.

Managing Partner, Stewart Cameron, comments “the firm recognises that our people are at the heart of everything we strive to achieve. Having a diverse workforce, with different skill sets, perspectives and experiences, allows the firm to leverage innovative ideas to better service our clients”.

These promotions, proudly supported by the firm, recognise the exceptional commitment of each individual to both the firm and our clients”.  


Special Counsel:


  • Katie Casey – Workers Compensation
  • Tiffany Chan – Construction
  • Meg Harrington – General Insurance
  • Jack Holohan – Medical Negligence

These promotions are effective from 1 July 2020.

For further information, please contact:

Stewart Cameron

Managing Partner

+61 2 9293 5408

[email protected]

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