Hicksons Appoints New Property Partner

Leading commercial law firm, Hicksons, appoints new Property Partner, Rebecca Mercer.

Highly regarded in her field, Rebecca joins the Property, Planning and Construction team and will be integral in shaping and positioning our property practice, whilst continuing to provide sustainable value for our clients in meeting their strategic objectives. She brings with her a wealth of experience across technology and innovation, which will drive efficiencies through automation and precedent management.

Stewart Cameron, Managing Partner at Hicksons, said “we are delighted to have Rebecca on board. With her extensive experience, she is a welcome addition to the firm and will strengthen and expand our property team in line with our strategic vision”. He went on to say that “given the current global climate, Rebecca will be invaluable in helping the firm support our clients with their evolving needs.”

With over 20 years’ experience in projects and development, complex acquisitions and disposals, due diligence, contract negotiations and leasing, Rebecca has acted for a broad range of developers, property trusts and clients in the financial services industry.

Before joining Hicksons, Rebecca supported and serviced a wide range of clients, including those with global operations. Her appointment is aligned to Hicksons 2025 strategy to further strengthen our legal services offering across Australian and global organisations, supported by a culture of excellence and innovation.

As a trusted advisor, she brings a wealth of experience to Hicksons and said “I am incredibly excited to be joining Hicksons, a firm that is known for providing service excellence and sustainable value for clients.  I am also delighted to become part of Hicksons' agile and inclusive workplace culture, which was a major attraction for me”.

View Rebecca Mercer’s profile here.

For further information, please contact:

Stewart Cameron

T: +61 2 9293 5408

E: [email protected]

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