The firm was pleased to appoint Special Counsel, Nancy Collins and Bridget Little, and Senior Associates, Rachel Soh, Dorian Henneron and Laura Cochrane. This year’s group reflect the depth of expertise and talent we have to offer at Arnold Bloch Leibler.
All of the new appointments are effective 1 July 2017.
The partners and staff of Arnold Bloch Leibler congratulate the firm's new appointees. Senior Partner, Mark Leibler AC, and Managing Partner, Henry Lanzer AM, commented: “These appointments represent a very significant career milestone and are made in recognition of each lawyer’s talents, experience and commitment to excellence. We remain grateful for the contribution they have already made to Arnold Bloch Leibler, and look forward to their continued success as they take the next steps in their career journeys.”
Read more about our 2017 appointees below.
Nancy Collins is a commercial litigation lawyer with a particular focus on will and trust disputes. She has acted in a broad range of matters involving wills and estates, family trust disputes, breaches of contract, misleading and deceptive conduct, contested trademark applications and breaches of copyright.
Bridget Little leads the Workplace Advisory practice. She provides practical, clear and tailored advice on all aspects of workplace and employment law with a particular focus on employment litigation, discrimination law and advising on terms and conditions of employment, terminations and redundancies.
Rachel Soh is a member of the Workplace Advisory team and provides advice on all aspects of employment law, including workplace change and restructures, employment disputes, contracting, terminations, redundancies and industrial relations strategy.
Dorian Henneron works in the Property & Development team and specialises in large-scale commercial and mixed-use developments, sales and acquisitions. Dorian represents some of Australia’s leading corporate real estate clients, advising on matters from the initial delivery and structuring phase through to completion and sales.
Laura Cochrane is a member of the Corporate and ABL Private practices. She provides commercial advice to a broad range of private clients, including high net worth individuals, family groups and private corporations. Laura’s practise predominantly focuses on business and company acquisitions and sales, succession planning and complex family disputes.