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            DWF Australia further strengthens corporate practice

            DWF Australia has announced the appointment of Kim O’Reilly as Principal Lawyer in its national corporate team. 

            Date: 03/09/2019

            Kim joins DWF from Mills Oakley where she was a special counsel in the Sydney private advisory team. At DWF, Kim will be instrumental in expanding the firms’ corporate offering. Kim joined DWF’s Sydney office on September, 2. 

            Kim has been with Mills Oakley for two years, and previously held company officer and in-house legal advisor role in some of Australia’s largest investment banks and listed financial institutions, including AMP and Babcock and Brown. Kim has led numerous high-profile transactions and played an active role in award winning teams and deals. 

            Mark Hickey, Chairman of DWF Asia Pacific, said: “I am pleased to welcome Kim to DWF. Kim is a well-regarded and highly accomplished lawyer and is set to strengthen our corporate team offering, in line with our rapid expansion.” 

            Kim O’Reilly said: “I’m delighted to join a truly global legal business at such an exciting time. I’m impressed with DWF’s commitment to doing things differently, driving change through innovation and delivering greater outcomes for clients.” 

            This latest appointment, along with DWF’s recent strategic hires in Australia, brings the total number of Principal Lawyers to 28 across DWF’s four locations. (Sydney, Brisbane, Newcastle and Melbourne).


            For more information please contact:

            Jacqui Maddock
            jacqui@bluechipcommunication.com.au
            PH: +61 2 9018 8609

             

            Related people

            Mark Hickey

            • Chairman (Asia Pacific)

            Kim O'Reilly

            • Principal Lawyer

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