‘Congratulations to our very talented people’ – Hicksons promotes 17 lawyers to senior positions

Leading commercial law firm Hicksons has promoted 17 lawyers to senior positions across Sydney and Newcastle, including 4 to partnership.

Hicksons is committed to empowering its people and unleashing their maximum potential. With a focus on investment in on-going development and a collaborative culture, Hicksons fosters the growth of its people, supporting them to flourish in their careers.

In recognition and celebration of the outstanding professionals’ achievements and contribution at all levels, Hicksons is delighted to announce the following promotions, effective as of 1 July 2022:

The newly appointed Partners are:
  • Ben Ferguson – Medical Negligence
  • Chloe Ellis – Commercial Litigation
  • Emma Ellis – Medical Negligence
  • Jessica Hackett – Medical Negligence

The newly appointed Senior Associates are:
  • Steven Diakiw – Workers Compensation (Newcastle)
  • Katie Casey – Workers Compensation (Newcastle)
  • Nicole Laughlin – General Insurance
  • Rosana She – Corporate Commercial
  • Rebecca Radbone – Corporate Commercial
  • Serena Bentley – Workers Compensation

The newly appointed Associates are:
  • Emily Kheir – Workers Compensation
  • Eun Sil Choi – Medical Negligence
  • Jacklyn Dooley – Workers Compensation (Newcastle)
  • Kali McCoy – Workers Compensation (Newcastle)
  • Mark Quadrio – Medical Negligence
  • Matthew Page – Property
  • Olivia Harmer – Medical Negligence

Stewart Cameron, Managing Partner at Hicksons, shared “Congratulations to our very talented people – these promotions are well deserved and represent a commitment to our clients, our people and complement our business strategy”.

These promotions for 2022 follow the recent appointment of Persia Navidi as Partner, along with the addition of Naomi Tancred, Chi Chau and Roslyn Cooke to Hicksons Executive Leadership team in late May.

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