March 4, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading Construction & Infrastructure Litigation Lawyers – Queensland, 2023

Stephen Pyman
Jason Pungsornruk
Chris Rowden
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The 2023 listing of leading Queensland Construction & Infrastructure Litigation Lawyers details solicitors practising within the areas of contentious or “back end” construction, projects and infrastructure matters in the Queensland legal market who have been identified by clients and peers for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Market Leader

Dale Brackin, Clayton Utz

Preeminent

Andrew Kelly, Thomson Geer
Frazer Moss, Clayton Utz
Andrew Orford, MinterEllison
Stephen Pyman, CDI Lawyers

Leading

Scott Budd, King & Wood Mallesons
John Cooper, Jones Day
Troy Lewis, Holding Redlich
Matthew Muir, Corrs Chambers Wetsgarth
David Rodighiero, Carter Newell
Heidi Schweikert, Schweikert Harris
Clare Smethurst, Herbert Smith Freehills

Recommended

James Arklay, McCullough Robertson
Michael Batch, Batch Mewing
Matt Bradbury, McCullough Robertson
Stephen Burton, Holding Redlich
Jeremy Chenoweth, Ashurst
Aleisa Crepin, Baker McKenzie
Rod Dann, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Jim Demack, Gadens
Annie Leeks, Jones Day
Aleisha MacKenzie, Construct Law
Petrina Macpherson, MinterEllison
Patrick Mead, Carter Newell
Andrew Mewing, Batch Mewing
Nikki O’Leary, Allens
Joshua Paffey, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Jason Pungsornruk, CDI Lawyers
Christopher Rowden, CDI Lawyers
Scott Watson, King & Wood Mallesons
Ross Williams, HWL Ebsworth

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