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Construction & Resources Expert Welcomed to Clifford Gouldson

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Clifford Gouldson Lawyers is pleased to welcome new Senior Consultant Brian Conrick to the firm.  Brian brings to the firm an exceptional amount of experience and expertise across major construction, infrastructure and resources projects.
With an extensive career as both a partner in a national law firm, Clayton Utz, and as legal counsel for international resources companies Brian offers a level of experience that has not been previously available to businesses in Toowoomba.
Brian’s career highlights include acting in a wide variety of major projects including the Olympic Stadium in Sydney, the Burton Coal Project and the port facilities at Dalrymple Bay and Abbott Point.  Most recently he has held managerial positions with Gindalbie Metals Limited and Company Secretary and General Counsel roles with Sundance Resources Limited, both ASX listed companies. 
Brian and his family have relocated to his hometown, Toowoomba,and he says he welcomes the chance to join the top class team at CG Law.

We are excited about the opportunity Brian brings to clients and referrers of Clifford Gouldson Lawyers in one of Australia's fastest developing regions.

For further information on Brian’s experience and expertise please view his profile here.


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