April 22, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading Construction & Infrastructure Litigation Lawyers – Victoria, 2024

Darren Cain
John O'Kane
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The 2024 listing of leading Victorian Construction & Infrastructure Litigation Lawyers details solicitors practising within the areas of contentious or “back end” construction, projects and infrastructure matters in the Victorian legal market who have been identified by clients and peers for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Market Leader

Andrew Stephenson, Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Preeminent

Meghan Cahill, Molino Cahill
Matthew Croagh, Pinsent Masons
Ben Davidson, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Peter Wood, MinterEllison
Paul Woods, Maddocks

Leading

Joseph Barbaro, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Tony Molino, Molino Cahill
Tom Heading, Pinsent Masons
Steve O’Reilly, Clayton Utz
Anna Scannell, Maddocks
Natasha Stojanovich, Lander & Rogers

Recommended

Phillipa Beck, Pinsent Masons
Catherine Bell, Keypoint Law
Sinead Brickley, Molino Cahill
Darren Cain, KCL Law
Megan Calder, Piper Alderman
Lee Carroll, White & Case
St John Frawley, Thomson Geer
Geoffrey Hansen, Herbert Smith Freehills
Kerry Ioulianou, Lander & Rogers
Sean Kelly, Clayton Utz
Brigid Lloyd, Molino Cahill
Nick Longley, HFW
Jonathan McTigue, HWL Ebsworth
Leighton Moon, HWL Ebsworth
Nikki Miller, MinterEllison
Jey Nandacumaran, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Leighton Moon, HWL Ebsworth
John O’Kane, Hall & Wilcox
Nick Rudge, Allens
Kyle Siebel, Holding Redlich
Gemma Thomas, Pinsent Masons

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