Corrs Chambers Westgarth has welcomed special counsel Chris Horsfall to the firm, in another significant boost to its Construction & Infrastructure practice in Melbourne.
Chris is the latest high profile addition to the Corrs Construction, Projects & Infrastructure team this year, cementing a truly pre-eminent practice. Chris will work with new partners Andrew Stephenson and Michael Earwaker who commenced with the Corrs this month.
A specialist in construction dispute resolution, Chris will add considerable depth to the growing Corrs team. He has considerable Australian and international experience in both engineering and law, having also worked as an engineer in London and Victoria before making the move to commercial law.
His experience extends globally, having advised on some of the most significant infrastructure and development projects including the Adelaide Desalination Plant, the San Diego SR125 Toll Road Project, Roaring 40s’ Studland Bay Wind Farm and Origin Energy’s BassGas Project.
Prior to joining Corrs, Chris was special counsel at Clayton Utz.
Corrs CEO and partner John W.H. Denton said, “Corrs’ Construction & Infrastructure practice is booming. We are delighted to welcome Chris to Corrs. His broad international engineering and legal expertise will bring greater depth and enhance the capability of the Corrs construction team to deliver the best outcomes for clients.”
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