May 26, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading Intellectual Property Lawyers – Australia, 2023

 
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The 2023 listing of leading Australian Intellectual Property Lawyers details solicitors practising in intellectual property matters across all Australian legal markets who have been identified by clients and peers for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Preeminent

Scott Bouvier, King & Wood Mallesons – Sydney
Stephen Stern, Corrs Chambers Westgarth – Melbourne
Matthew Swinn, King & Wood Mallesons – Melbourne
Michael Williams, Gilbert + Tobin – Sydney

Leading

John Fairbairn, Minter Ellison – Sydney
Sue Gilchrist, Herbert Smith Freehills – Sydney
Tim Golder, Allens – Melbourne
Kate Haddock, Banki Haddock Fiora – Sydney
Justine Munsie, Addisons Lawyers – Sydney
Cate Nagy, King & Wood Mallesons – Sydney
Jane Owen, Bird & Bird – Sydney
Lisa Ritson, Ashurst – Sydney
Miriam Stiel, Allens – Sydney
John Swinson, Pie Legal – Brisbane

Recommended

Peter Banki, Banki Haddock Fiora – Sydney
Anita Cade, Ashurst – Sydney
Peter Campbell, HWL Ebsworth – Adelaide
Ben Coogan, Thomson Geer – Brisbane
Grant Fisher, Corrs Chambers Westgarth – Melbourne
Odette Gourley, Corrs Chambers Westgarth – Sydney
Kate Hay, King & Wood Mallesons – Melbourne
Bill Ladas, King & Wood Mallesons – Melbourne
John Lee, Gilbert + Tobin – Sydney
Shaun McVicar, Herbert Smith Freehills – Melbourne
Ben Miller, Maddocks – Sydney
Kim O’Connell, King & Wood Mallesons – Sydney
Ian Pascarl, Davies Collison Cave – Melbourne
Chris Round, K&L Gates – Melbourne
Josh Simons, Thomson Geer – Adelaide
Andrew Stewart, Baker McKenzie – Sydney

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