Ming Hua Ho named as a Rising Star by Australasian Lawyer for 2023

Hicksons is delighted to announce Ming Hua Ho has been named as a Rising Star by Australasian Lawyer for 2023.

This award highlights outstanding legal professionals aged 35 and under, who are passionate about the law and making a contribution to the legal industry.

As a lawyer in Hicksons’ Real Estate and Construction team, Ming has a broad range of experience acting for corporate, private and government clients, working across numerous large scale and complex matters.

This includes acting in relation to the acquisition and disposal of real estate assets, off-the-plan development advice and documentation, and major leasing portfolios. In addition, she also has debt finance experience acting for developers on residual stock and construction and development finance matters.

Ming is a valuable asset to Hicksons and we are proud to see her contribution being recognised. We would like to congratulate Ming for this wonderful success, as she continues to excel in her role.
Ming's profile can be found here.
Australasian Lawyer's list of winners can be found here.

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