Baker & McKenzie open 76th office in Brisbane

By Shannon Sweeney

15 July 2014 at 09:01 BST

The law firm has expanded to Brisbane to increase their Australian coverage.

Baker & McKenzie have opened an office in Brisbane. wang song

Baker & McKenzie has opened an office in Brisbane, its 76th worldwide office, to expand its coverage of the Australian market in Queensland. The firm planned to open the office in April, but was subject to a formal partner vote. Three partners - Philip Christensen, Darren Fooks and Jo daniels - have joined the firm to lead the office, and will coordinate with lawyers in Sydney and Melbourne. Core practices areas for the new firm will include energy and resources, infrastructure, corporate and M&A, construction, agribusiness, property and government.


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