August 20, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Employment & Workplace Relations Lawyers – Queensland, 2014

The 2014 listing of leading Queensland based employment and workplace relations lawyers details lawyers practising within the areas of employment, workplace relations, and occupational health and safety  in the Queensland legal market who have been identified for their expertise and abilities in the area.  It is compiled on the back of feedback from both solicitors practising within these areas and client referees.

 

Market Leader

Dan Williams – Minter Ellison

Preeminent

Mike Coonan – Herbert Smith Freehills
Ian Humphreys – Ashurst
Charles Massy – Hall Payne*

Leading

Hedy Cray – Clayton Utz
Rohen Cullen – Franklin Athanasellis Cullen
Cameron Dean – McCullough Robertson
Michael Moy – McCullough Robertson
Murray Procter – DLA Piper

Recommended

Aaron Anderson – Norton Rose Fulbright
Bill Athanasellis – Franklin Athanasellis Cullen
Samantha Betzien – Minter Ellison
Harold Downes – Herbert Smith Freehills
Luke Forsyth – Hall Payne*
Robin Franklin – Franklin Athanasellis Cullen
Alan Girle – Sparke Helmore
Nick le Mare – Corrs Chambers Westgarth
John Lunny – Workplace Resolve
Martin Osborne – Norton Rose Fulbright
Vince Rogers – Ashurst
Giri Sivaraman – Maurice Blackburn*
Steve Smith – Herbert Smith Freehills
Jamie Wells – Allens

* Indicates that the individual typically acts for individual employees or employee associations/unions.
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