Hicksons appoints new Health Partner, Michelle MacMahon

Hicksons is delighted to welcome Michelle MacMahon as Partner in the Health team.

Highly regarded in her field, Michelle brings extensive experience acting on a wide range of matters, particularly abuse claims and public liability. Michelle has acted for clients including government agencies, insurers, self-insureds, schools and religious organisations.
Stewart Cameron, Hicksons’ Managing Partner, said “On behalf of Hicksons, we are pleased to have Michelle join the partnership. Michelle’s expertise in historical abuse claims and public liability plays an instrumental role in further enhancing our client serviceability.
Michelle shared, “It is my pleasure to join the team at Hicksons. I look forward to fostering strong relationships with our clients and achieving optimal outcomes for them.
The outstanding reputation of the Health team was an attractive factor in joining the firm. Their exceptional standards are commendable, and I am excited to contribute to the wider efforts of the firm
In line with the firm’s people-first approach, Michelle’s skills and expertise are invaluable to Hicksons’ on-going development and talent growth.
View Michelle’s profile here.

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