New Appointments for Coleman Greig’s Professional Team

Coleman Greig Lawyers is pleased to announce the recent promotion of five talented and highly deserving members of Coleman Greig’s professional staff. Laura Bazouni has been appointed to Senior Associate. Lisa Qiu, Lisa Barca, Jacob Smith and Mario Rashid-Ring have been appointed to Associate.

Senior Associates

An Accredited Dispute Resolution Specialist, Laura works within our Litigation and Dispute Resolution team. Highly skilled in commercial litigation, Laura has a proven track-record of obtaining successful outcomes for her clients in both alternative dispute resolution methods and litigation.


Lisa Qiu is a Registered Migration Agent and member of Coleman Greig’s Employment Law team. Her unique knowledge of both employment and migration law enables her to provide specialised advice to employers about their obligations to overseas workers under Australian workplace laws, while simultaneously ensuring their obligations as a sponsor are met and maintained. 

Professional and personable in her client interactions, Lisa Barca works in Wills and Estate Planning. She forms genuinely strong relationships with clients, combining strong attention to detail with a sensitive approach to what can be an emotionally charged process.

A member of the Family Law team, Jacob combines high professional standards with an empathetic approach. Keen to minimise the impact of what is often a stressful time for clients wherever possible, Jacob keeps clients informed throughout every step of the process.

Mario a motivated and highly capable commercial litigator within Coleman Greig's Litigation and Dispute Resolution team. He believes that the key to building and maintaining strong relationships is continuous, open and effective dialogue.

Warrick McLean, CEO, said “the appointments are well-deserved and recognise the growth in each person’s experience and skillset.”

“They reflect the continued growth of the firm itself, as well as that of the Greater Western Sydney community. Having recently opened our new Macarthur-Campbelltown office, we’re excited about assisting businesses and residents within the region with high quality legal services.”

Please join Coleman Greig in congratulating Anna, Laura and Dean on their appointment to Senior Associate, and Lisa Qiu, Lisa Barca, Jacob and Mario on their appointment to Associate.


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