JWS adds construction and disputes specialist, Aleisa Crepin

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Leading independent law firm, Johnson Winter Slattery, has appointed Aleisa Crepin as a partner in its Brisbane office. Aleisa specialises in building and construction disputes, primarily in the energy sector, and joins the firm from Baker McKenzie.

Aleisa has more than 15 years’ experience acting for a range of leading infrastructure, construction and energy companies. She has worked on a number of high profile construction projects such as Sydney Light Rail, Parramatta Light Rail, Perth Airport and Gold Coast Airport.

Commenting on her arrival, JWS Managing Partner, Jeremy Davis said, “Aleisa has advised on some of the most significant construction disputes in Australia that will complement our strong construction and disputes team. Aleisa is well regarded in the sector and we are delighted to have her join the firm.”

Aleisa commented, “I admire the leading position JWS has been able to secure in the Australian legal market and am excited to work alongside some of the brightest legal minds in the construction and disputes space.”   

Aleisa’s arrival comes off the back of the firm appointing two new partners in its office in Brisbane this year, including disputes/arbitration and insolvency specialist, Lucas Wilk, and projects and construction specialist, Michael Hogan.

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