December 3, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Banking & Finance Lawyers – Melbourne, 2015

The 2015 listing of leading Victorian Banking & Finance Lawyers details individuals practising in banking and financial services matters matters in the Melbourne legal market who have been identified by clients and peers for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Preeminent

Andrew Booth, Herbert Smith Freehills
Martin Coleman, Ashurst

Leading

Dan Brealy, Herbert Smith Freehills
Mark Breheny, Herbert Smith Freehills
Jeff Clark, King & Wood Mallesons
Dan Fitts, Clayton Utz
Tony Holland, Gilbert + Tobin
Brad Husband, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Martin McDonald, Herbert Smith Freehills
Jason Morris, Allens
Jonathan Oldham, King & Wood Mallesons
Ian Paterson, King & Wood Mallesons
Ian Solomon, King & Wood Mallesons

Recommended

Ian Beattie, Maddocks
Peter Block, Minter Ellison
Jo Crew, Norton Rose Fulbright
Alexander Danne, Gilbert + Tobin
James Darcy, Allens
Marcus Davenport, Clayton Utz
David Eterovic, Minter Ellison
John Field, Ashurst
Theo Kindynis, Minter Ellison
Bill Glover, Holding Redlich
Ken Gray, Baker & McKenzie
Jeremy King, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Alan Maclean, K&L Gates
Ben Mahoney, Arnold Bloch Leibler
Peter Nadalin, Gadens
Anne-Marie Neagle, King & Wood Mallesons
Kenneth Nguyen, Ashurst
Genevieve Sexton, Arnold Bloch Leibler
Stephen Sharp, Arnold Bloch Leibler
Paul Sroka, HWL Ebsworth
Stuart Weir, Maddocks

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