Class of 2016 – three new lawyers

Posted by   Birman & Ride on    25 October 2016

New Lawyers2016 marks a significant year for professional advancement at Birman & Ride, with three of our legal executives becoming lawyers.

In June 2016, Krysten Russo-Battagliolo was admitted as a lawyer of the Supreme Court of Western Australia and is now a fully qualified Australian lawyer. Matthew Gunn and James Flexman are also set to be admitted as lawyers when the Supreme Court of Western Australia hears motions for admission in November 2016.

Krysten and James graduated from Murdoch University with bachelor degrees in Commerce and Law with commerce majors of Human Resources Management and Management respectively. Matthew is a graduate of the University of Western Australia with degrees in Law and Arts, majoring in Political Science and International Relations.

Since joining the firm in early 2015, James, Matthew and Krysten have become the backbone of Birman & Ride’s real estate conveyancing, wills and probate teams. All three have made substantial contributions to service delivery and marketing in these areas and gained considerable experience. Further, their ability to work together is a strength they have shared and the firm has benefitted from.

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