July 18, 2019
Doyle's Guide

Leading Native Title Lawyers (Project Proponent Representation) – Australia, 2019

The 2019 listing of leading Australian Native Title Lawyers (Project Proponent Representation) details solicitors practising within the areas of native title and cultural heritage matters matters in Australian legal market who have been identified by their peers for their expertise and abilities representing project proponents, resources entities and agricultural landholders.  Some firms may act for both project proponents and traditional owners.

Preeminent

Dominic McGann, McCullough Robertson – Brisbane
Marshall McKenna, Gilbert + Tobin – Perth
Gavin Scott, Norton Rose Fulbright – Brisbane
Scott Singleton, King & Wood Mallesons – Brisbane

Leading

Tony Denholder, Ashurst – Brisbane
Geoff Gishubl, Ashurst – Perth
Jonathan Fulcher, HopgoodGanim
Ben Zillmann, Allens

Recommended

Tosin Aro, Clayton Utz – Brisbane
Mark Boge, Thynne & Macartney – Brisbane
Liam Davis, McCullough Robertson – Brisbane
Mark Geritz, Clayton Utz – Brisbane
Mark Gregory, Castledine Gregory – Perth
Jenny Humphris, Holding Redlich – Brisbane
Phillip Hunter, HWL Ebsworth – Brisbane
Clare Lawrence, Ashurst – Melbourne
Michael Neal, P&E Law – Cairns
William Oxby, Herbert Smith Freehills – Brisbane
Damian Roe, HopgoodGanim – Brisbane
Kevin Stephens, Ward Keller – Darwin

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