December 2, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Environment & Climate Change Lawyers – New South Wales, 2020

Anthony Whealy
Sue Puckeridge
Stuart Simington
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Sue Puckeridge
Stuart Simington
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The 2020 listing of leading New South Wales Environment Lawyers details solicitors practising within the areas of environment, natural heritage, sustainability and climate change matters in the New South Wales legal market who have been identified by clients and peers for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Preeminent

Tony Hill, Ashurst
Mark Brennan, Ashurst

Leading

Louise Camenzuli, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Samantha Daly, Johnson Winter & Slattery
Rebecca Dixon, Ashurst
Paul Lalich, HWL Ebsworth
Ilona Millar, Baker McKenzie
Felicity Rourke, Allens
Claire Smith, Clayton Utz
Debra Townsend, King & Wood Mallesons
Liz Wild, Norton Rose Fulbright

Recommended

Simon Ball, MinterEllison
Brendan Bateman, Clayton Utz
Andrew Beatty, Beatty Legal
Peter Briggs, Herbert Smith Freehills
Nicholas Brunton, Norton Rose Fulbright
Michael Causer, King & Wood Mallesons
Chris Drury, Sparke Helmore
Jane Hewitt, HWL Ebsworth
Jennifer Hughes, Beatty Legal
Patrick Ibbottson, Maddocks
Harshane Kahagalle, Addisons
Helen Macfarlane, Addisons
Penny Murray, Addisons
Andrew Poulos, Clayton Utz
Sue Puckeridge, Lindsay Taylor Lawyers
Stuart Simington, Lindsay Taylor Lawyers
Luke Walker, MinterEllison
Anthony Whealy, Mills Oakley

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