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ABL announces 2018 Partner and Senior Associate appointments

Capital Markets, Corporate and M&A, Dispute Resolution & Litigation, Workplace Advisory
Partners website article 2018
Arnold Bloch Leibler is delighted to announce the appointment of two Partners and three Senior Associates, effective from 1 July 2018.

The firm has appointed Partners Jeremy Lanzer (Corporate & Commercial) and Bridget Little (Workplace Advisory) and Senior Associates Ben Friis-O’Toole, Caroline Jones and Elly Bishop (all Dispute Resolution & Litigation).

ABL Senior Partner, Mark Leibler AC, and Managing Partner, Henry Lanzer AM, congratulated the new appointees on behalf of the firm:

“These appointments represent a very significant career milestone and are made in recognition of each lawyer’s talents, experience and commitment to excellence.

"At one level, the achievement is a measure of the skills and experience they have acquired through hard work and commitment. But even more importantly, it is a measure of the trust and respect each of these people has earned within a highly competitive profession, and in a firm known for its absolute 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”.

Main image above (left to right): Newly appointed Partners Bridget Little and Jeremy Lanzer

Inset image (left to right): Newly appointed Senior Associates Caroline Jones, Ben Friis O'Toole and Elly Bishop.

About Arnold Bloch Leibler

Arnold Bloch Leibler is a premier Australian commercial law firm that provides strategic legal and commercial advice nationally from its offices in Melbourne and Sydney to a diverse range of leading Australian corporations, high-net-worth individuals and large family businesses as well as international corporations. Arnold Bloch Leibler also has a dedicated pro bono practice providing advice on social, environmental and cultural issues to more than 150 charitable and not-for-profit organisations.

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