25th August 2017
MSI's Sydney law member Makinson d'Apice is delighted to announce the continued growth of the firm boosting its capacity across all of its practice areas.
Makinson d’Apice Lawyers has been around for more than 150 years but it is showing no signs of slowing down. The firm has experienced an unprecedented growth this year, boosting its capacity across all of its practice areas with five additional Special Counsel, three Senior Associates and eight Associates and Lawyers. Makinson d’Apice has also recently promoted Sarah Henry and Lesley Bush in the firm’s health group to Partners.
Bill d’Apice, Chairman of Makinson d’Apice said: “For the first time ever female lawyers in Australia exceeds the number of male lawyers. Our firm has followed suit, since our new appointments female lawyers in our firm now outnumber men, in fact 60% of our Special Counsel and 65% of our Senior Associates are female.”
“I believe our professional, friendly and flexible work life/ family balance culture has contributed to our boost in attracting, retaining and promoting senior female lawyers. Bill continued we are delighted Sarah and Lesley have joined our partnership, they have both showed a strong commitment to their team and our client service culture since they joined our firm last year. I am excited to be part of a firm that is growing rapidly and I am pleased to have welcomed so many new lawyers to Makinson d’Apice this year.”
Makinson d'Apice is a Sydney based commercial law firm where you'll find the senior levels of legal expertise and commitment to service delivery expected in a substantial law firm, but also people who understand the meaning of 'value' and 'relationships'.
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