1 July 2024

Moray & Agnew announces 26 promotions effective 1 July 2024.

Five will join the Moray & Agnew partnership, 12 will be elevated to Special Counsel, eight to Senior Associate and one to associate.

We congratulate and welcome to the partnership:

Jasmine is an experienced senior Lawyer with a wealth of experience in government administration. She has extensive expertise in Government, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Litigation, Legal Advice, and Administrative Law.

Sheridan is an accomplished senior lawyer with significant experience across the spectrum of employment and workplace relations law; including contentious employment and occupational health and safety / work health and safety matters.

Lucy is a skilled litigator practising in insurance law. Lucy’s principal area of practice is in workers compensation, although she has a background in compulsory third party claims. Her focus is now on managing both work injury damages claims and statutory workers compensation disputes.

Lauren is an experienced insurance litigator who has worked across numerous business lines in various jurisdictions, although she primarily practices in the ACT. She works for all of the major ACT insurers in the Australian market and provides sound effective outcomes for her clients.

Jane is a highly skilled Government advisor specialising in administrative and employment law litigation. She has hands-on experience with Government and is known for providing practical options to resolve matters favourably for her clients.

Our twelve promotees to Special Counsel are:

Promoted to Senior Associate are:

In addition, Hamish Thomson from our Newcastle team will be promoted to Associate.

National Managing Partner Geoff Connellan says “We are delighted to recognise these lawyers on their well-deserved promotions. We acknowledge commitment and hard work for our clients and their contribution to our firm. Promotions are merit based, regardless of gender. This round of promotions does mean that 47% of our partners are female; more reflective of the society in which we live and work."