August 11, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Employment Law Senior Counsel – NSW, 2021

Yaseen Shariff SC
Arthur Moses SC
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Bruce Hodgkinson SC
Kylie Nomchong SC
Kate Eastman SC
Ingmar Taylor SC
David Chin SC
John Fernon SC
Harry Dixon SC
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Yaseen Shariff SC
Arthur Moses SC
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Bruce Hodgkinson SC
Kylie Nomchong SC
Kate Eastman SC
Ingmar Taylor SC
David Chin SC
John Fernon SC
Harry Dixon SC
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The 2021 listing of leading NSW Employment Law Senior Counsel details Senior and Queens Counsel practising within the areas of employment, industrial relations and discrimination matters in the New South Wales legal market who have been identified by the state’s employment and WHS law solicitors for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Preeminent

Kate Eastman SC, New Chambers
Arthur Moses SC, New Chambers
Ingmar Taylor SC, Greenway Chambers

Leading

Harry Dixon SC, PG Hely Chambers
Max Kimber SC, State Chambers
Ian Neil SC, Sixth Floor St James Hall
Kylie Nomchong SC, Denman Chambers
Elizabeth Raper SC, 5 Wentworth Chambers
Yaseen Shariff SC, 12 Wentworth Selborne Chambers

Recommended

David Chin SC, 5 Wentworth Chambers
John Fernon SC, PG Hely Chambers
Mark Gibian SC, HB Higgins Chambers
Robert Goot SC, State Chambers
Bruce Hodgkinson SC, Denman Chambers
Richard Kenzie QC, State Chambers
Jeffrey Phillips SC, State Chambers
John West QC, 7 Wentworth Selborne

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