‘A celebration of our outstanding lawyers’ – Hicksons promotes 10 to senior positions

Leading commercial law firm Hicksons has promoted 10 lawyers to senior positions across Newcastle and Sydney, including one Special Counsel, one Senior Associate and eight Associates.

We are proud to have a number of new promotions this year in recognition of our people’s excellence and dedication in achieving the best for clients and the legal profession.
Promotions are reflective of Hicksons’ investment in on-going development and growth for people. Supporting talent to thrive and unearth their potential is core to our ‘people-first’ approach.
These exceptional lawyers have demonstrated relentless pursuits of excellence in their profession. Each live our values and contribute diverse thinking and expertise, which has proved instrumental in ensuring our client serviceability.
We celebrate their outstanding performance and looking forward to their continued success.
Hicksons’ promotions are effective as of 1 July 2023.

Special Counsel:

Senior Associate:


Stewart Cameron, Managing Partner at Hicksons, shared “On behalf of Hicksons, congratulations to those promoted to their new roles. Our people are our differential, I trust these well-deserved rising stars will continue to create sustainable value in reflecting commitment to our clients and complementing our business strategy.”

Hicksons promotions have also been featured in a Lawyers Weekly article and can be viewed here.

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