Crown Law is delighted to announce new appointments in our workplace law practice
Crown Law is delighted to announce the following new appointments in our workplace law practice.
Lachlan Grant has been permanently appointed as a Principal Lawyer.
After graduating university in 2015, Lachlan worked as an Associate to His Honour Judge Horneman-Wren SC and Deputy President of QCAT.
He joined Crown Law as a Graduate Law Clerk in February 2016 where he worked across various practice areas before specialising in employment and public law.
Lachlan provides expert legal advice and representation in public sector employment law and public law matters, with a particular focus on industrial relations and statutory interpretation. Lachlan has represented the State, and the Minister for Education and Industrial Relations, in complex litigation across State and Federal Jurisdictions.
Lachlan was recently called to the Bar, practising as an employed Barrister.
Rachel Maynard has been permanently appointed as a Principal Lawyer.
Rachel has worked exclusively in Queensland public sector employment law and workplace relations since 2014.
She joined Crown Law in May 2022 and brought a wealth of employment law experience providing high-level, strategic advice on a wide range of employment law matters including discipline, performance management, public service appeals, workplace health and safety and unfair dismissals.
We are pleased to announce the permanent appointment of Cassandra Selby as a Principal Lawyer.
Cassandra practised across the areas of employment law and industrial relations, torts and child protection with the New South Wales Crown Solicitor’s Office for five years before joining Crown Law Queensland in July 2020.
As a Principal Lawyer in Crown Law’s Workplace Law Team she conducts and advises on a range of employment and industrial matters for the State of Queensland including disciplinary matters, discrimination matters and employee management issues.
Lisa Carey has been permanently appointed as a Principal Lawyer.
Lisa has extensive experience working in the private and public sectors as an employment lawyer. She has also worked as a project manager for large multi-nationals and a business consultant, drafting policies and procedures, and providing advice and mentoring to small and medium sized businesses.
Lisa is passionate about helping government departments and agencies navigate employment relations and workplace laws. She regularly advises our clients on a range of litigation matters including discrimination, general protections and industrial disputes.
Congratulations Lisa on your appointment.
We are pleased to announce the permanent appointment of Danielle Williamson as a Senior Lawyer in the Workplace Law Team.
Since graduating university in 2016, Danielle has worked exclusively in the practice area of employment law and workplace relations in both the private and public sector, with a strong focus on litigation.
Danielle joined Crown Law’s Workplace Law Team in early 2020. She advises government agencies on a range of employment law matters including unfair dismissal, general protections, discrimination, industrial relations, human rights, discipline and employee management.
Congratulations Danielle on your appointment.
Matthew Green has been permanently appointed to the position of Senior Lawyer.
Matt joined Crown Law in August 2021, bringing more than five years’ experience from working in private sector firms and the Housing Industry Association.
At Crown Law, he specialises in employment law, industrial relations and workplace health and safety matters.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Geraldine Matthews as a Senior Lawyer.
Geraldine worked at a top-tier private firm for six years before joining Crown Law’s workplace law practice in October 2020.
At Crown Law, Geraldine has had primary carriage of significant legal proceedings on behalf of the State of Queensland. She regularly provides responsive and practical advice to departments on discrimination, employment and industrial relations and administrative law matters.