Thynne + Macartney’s Peter Jolly, Aaron Webb and Tim Quirk have been announced as a Finalists in the Lawyers Weekly ‘Partner of the Year Awards’ in the category of ‘Commercial’, ‘Real Estate’ and ‘Planning & Environment’, respectively.

The 2018 Partner of the Year Awards has been the most competitive year to date which represents and recognises the best lawyers across the legal industry in Australia.

Peter is Thynne + Macartney’s Chairman of Partners, Chair of the Queensland Law Society’s (QLS) Specialist Accreditation Board and a QLS Senior Counsellor. Peter is a founding member of Thynne + Macartney’s Business Advisory & Dispute Resolution Group and has played an important role in building a large and successful commercial practice..

Aaron is a QLS Accredited Specialist in Property Law. He has been responsible for the inception and growth of the property group and has 20 years experience in property law. He advises on complex leasing arrangements, property sales and acquisitions for a range of properties including schools, retirement villages, and commercial and religious premises.

Tim leads Thynne + Macartney’s Planning and Environment practice. With over 18 years experience, Tim is a specialist in planning and environment law and has expertise in all aspects of litigation and providing advice about development in Queensland.

Receiving this recognition demonstrates that Thynne + Macartney offers a significant depth of specialisation to our clients, and the best legal minds practising in Queensland ” said Mr Jolly.  The Partners’ of the Year Awards will be announced in Sydney on Friday, 15 June 2018.

Boutique first-tier law firm, Thynne + Macartney, is celebrating 125 years practising in Queensland this year. It is a unique milestone for the firm which is Brisbane’s oldest law firm that is still trading under the original name over 125 years after they began.

 

 

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