Hicksons Grows with 10 Senior Promotions

Hicksons is proud to announce its 2019 senior promotions, detailed below.

The firm welcomes its newest partner Patrick Pilton (Property, Planning & Construction), as well as announcing a further 5 promotions to Associate together with 3 to Senior Associate and 1 to Special Counsel.

Managing Partner John Markos said “A key element of our strategic vision is to support the development and progression of our people and we are delighted with the number of high performing lawyers promoted this year. We know that our people are our greatest asset and we believe they are the key to our continuing growth and success. Each of our promoted lawyers has demonstrated exceptional client service, superior technical expertise as well as a deep commitment to our culture and values.”


Patrick Pilton – Property, Planning & Construction

Special Counsel

Violet Stojkova – Health

Senior Associates

Chloe Ellis – Commercial Dispute Resolution

Emma Ellis – Health

Robert Mitas – Workers Insurance


Serena Bentley –Workers Insurance

Emily Bluett – Health

Rosana She – Corporate & Commercial

Vanja Simic – Corporate & Commercial

Kylie Wai – Workers Insurance

These promotions are effective from 1 July 2019.

For further information, please contact:

John Markos
Managing Partner
+61 2 9293 5311
[email protected]

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