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As you all know, we have a proud history of working with inspirational organisations and people on reconciliation, pro bono, environmental and philanthropic initiatives. In this issue we celebrate our involvement in one of the longest Fellowships in Australia's teaching hospitals. We also get an update on our work to advance reconciliation for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander people in our interview with Partner Ian McGill.

Hot off the press, we have just released our 'Data-driven business' campaign that provides general counsel and legal teams with a fit-for-purpose data strategy.

We talk to recently retired Partner, Chris Schulz about life and career and check in with alumna, Amanda Richman on life post-Allens.

And, I am very pleased to introduce you to our new partner cohort 2018 – some familiar faces to many of you.

On a sad note, we farewell much-loved partner, Charles Armitage who passed away last week.

Fiona Crosbie

Fiona Crosbie
Chairman
Fiona.Crosbie@allens.com.au

Paediatric Neurology Fellowship Amanda Richman Chris Schulz Big ideas for reconciliation Data-driven business
Amanda Richman Chris Schulz Big ideas for reconciliation Data-driven business

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