November 29, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Energy & Resources Lawyers – Victoria, 2012

James Fahey, King & Wood Mallesons
The 2012 listing of leading NSW Energy & Resources lawyers details lawyers practising within the area of energy and natural resources in the NSW 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.

 

Preeminent

Grant Anderson – Allens
Louis Chaim – King & Wood Mallesons
James Fahey – King & Wood Mallesons

Leading

Anna Collyer – Allens
Mitzi Gilligan – Minter Ellison
Martin Kudnig – Ashurst
Rohan Madders – Johnson Winter & Slattery
Peter Nelson – Norton Gledhill
Robert Nicholson – Herbert Smith Freehills
Peter Rose – Johnson Winter & Slattery

Recommended

Robin Chambers – Chambers & Company
Peter Kenny – Allens
Shane Kyriakou – Herbert Smith Freehills
Gail Owen – HWL Ebsworth
Neil Pathak – Gilbert + Tobin
Samantha Siebel – Baker & McKenzie

 

* Former Freehills Partner John Tivey and Allens Arthur Robinson Partner Scott Langford would both ave been ranked as Preeminent energy and resources lawyers however as both are soon to move into their new roles in Hong Kong and in-house respectively they have not been included in our 2012 rankings.

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