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Employer of Choice for Gender Equality
Our firm is recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by the Federal Government's Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA). Find out how Lander & Rogers is promoting gender equality through initiatives in the areas of inclusive leadership, flexibility, talent and pay equity.
Firm recognises Mental Health Month, promoting rest and wellbeing
Coinciding with Mental Health Month, Lander & Rogers has given its people bonus paid leave – reaffirming the firm’s focus on wellbeing.
According to chief executive partner Genevieve Collins, "due to COVID-19 restrictions and border closures, many of us haven't taken extended breaks. We want to encourage our people to take a well-earned rest, as well as recognise their continued dedication to the strong performance of the firm in the past two years."
Lander & Rogers appoints former Coles managing director to board
Lander & Rogers has appointed retail industry heavy hitter and former Coles managing director John Durkan to its board on a three-year term.
Mr Durkan brings extensive commercial knowledge focused on strategic growth, market disruption and business transformation. He draws on over three decades of experience in large-scale food retailing and consulting in the UK and Australia.
Women in Law Awards 2021 shortlist revealed
Lawyers Weekly has revealed the finalists in its Women in Law Awards 2021, with Lander & Rogers represented across four categories:
- Diversity Law Firm of the Year
- Dealmaker of the Year: Jackie Solakovski
- Mentor of the Year: Lee Formica
- Senior Associate of the Year (BigLaw): Claire Walczak
Lander & Rogers one of Australia's "most attractive" firms
Lawyers Weekly has published its Attraction Firms Report 2021, with Lander & Rogers placed sixth out of 25 law firms considered "most attractive" to Australia's legal professionals.
Results were drawn from a survey of more than 800 people, in which respondents were asked: "Which firms would you most likely consider a move to if you ever decided to leave your current firm?"