Laura Charlton Won Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Award 2024

Hicksons is proud to share Laura Charlton has won Lawyers Weekly’s 30 Under 30 Award 2024 for the Insurance Category.
Acknowledging rising stars aged 30 or under, this award highlights young lawyers’ capabilities and passion for driving the legal industry forward.
As an Associate in Hicksons' Workers Compensation Team, Laura brings in-depth experience in defending personal injury and workers compensation claims, including Statutory Workers Compensation, Work Injury Damages and Residual Jurisdiction matters.
Hicksons’ Workers Compensation Partner, Jennifer Parkes commented: ‘Congratulations to Laura! Highly regarded by her peers and clients, Laura is a fantastic example of a well-rounded lawyer and a vital member of Hicksons’.
We also congratulate our finalist, Madison Walsh for being recognised for her unwavering effort and dedication for the legal industry.

Laura’s profile can be found here.

Lawyers’ Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards 2024 list of winners can be found here.

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