July 20, 2019
Doyle's Guide

Leading Construction & Infrastructure Junior Counsel – Queensland, 2019

The 2019 listing of Leading Queensland Construction & Infrastructure Junior Counsel details Junior Counsel practising within the areas of construction, infrastructure and major projects matters in the Queensland legal market who have been identified by the state’s construction law solicitors for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Preeminent

John Baartz, Alfred Lutwyche Chambers
Michael Trim, Level Twenty Seven Chambers

Leading

Scott Hooper, Level 17 Chambers
Michael Lyons, North Quarter Lane Chambers
Susan McNeil, Hemmant’s List
Claire Schneider, Level Twenty Seven Chambers
Greg Thomson, Hemmant’s List
Mark Williams, Level 18 Chambers

Recommended

Sally Armitage, Level 17 Inns of Court
Logan Campbell, Alfred Lutwyche Chambers
Brett Codd, Cedric Hampson Chambers
Michael Drysdale, Level 15 Inns of Court
Edward Goodwin, North Quarter Lane Chambers
Matthew Hickey, Level Twenty Seven Chambers
Fiona Lubett, North Quarter Lane Chambers
Madelaine Luchich, North Quarter Lane Chambers
Sam McCarthy, Level Twenty Seven Chambers
James O’Regan, Level 16 Quay Central
Dan Piggott, Gerard Brennan Chambers
Paul Telford, Level Seven Inns of Court
Stewart Webster, Level Twenty Seven Chambers
Benjamin Whitten, 35 West Chambers

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