‘A Recognition of Our Talented Lawyers’ – Hicksons celebrates the promotions of 21 to senior positions

Hicksons is pleased to announce a number of promotions, including 1 Partner, 2 Special Counsels, 5 Senior Associates and 13 Associates.
The firm remains committed to the on-going investment and support into the development of talent. We are proud to celebrate these exceptional achievements and express our best wishes for an exciting future ahead.
Congratulations to the following:
Special Counsel:  
Senior Associates:  
Stewart Cameron, Managing Partner at Hicksons, shared: ‘Congratulations to these dedicated lawyers. As a ‘people-first’ firm, we remain committed creating opportunities for organic growth throughout the business.
These promotions ensure the business is well-placed in servicing our clients’ growing and evolving needs.’

Newly appointed Partner, Jennifer Doyle commented: ‘It’s very exciting being promoted to the Partnership at Hicksons. I am extremely grateful to those people who have supported me over the last few years to achieve this milestone.
I’m also very excited for the other promotions across the firm, but particularly those people I have worked with closely for some time!’

Hicksons’ promotions are effective as of 1 July 2024.

Click here to read the announcement on Lawyers Weekly and Australasian Lawyer.

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