Posted on 30 Aug 2018
Slater and Gordon has promoted two of its Western Australian lawyers.
Laine McDonald has been promoted to Senior Associate while Ken Rukunga has been announced as an Associate.
Ms McDonald has exuded a professional commitment to social justice since joining the firm in 2011. She has also spent time working in Cambodia to address human trafficking issues.
She has also supported her community in the political sphere, in both the Western Australian Parliament and as a councillor with the City of Vincent.
During Mr Rukunga’s three years at Slater and Gordon he has developed a reputation for dedication to his clients and determination to getting them the best possible result.
He has also been instrumental in working with the local African community.
Slater and Gordon General Manager Western Australia Nunzio Tartaglia said the law firm was focused on developing young and aspiring lawyers who were passionate about supporting their clients across the country.
“Congratulations to both Laine and Ken whose commitment to the best interests of their clients is exhibited every single day,” Mr Tartaglia said.
“We are very proud of all of our lawyers who are focused on representing the best interests of all our clients.”
Slater and Gordon CEO John Somerville said the law firm was focused on developing young and aspiring lawyers who were passionate about supporting and getting the best result for their clients.
“It fills the whole firm with pride to watch our lawyers develop and further their careers, driven by their passion to help those needing legal support,” Mr Somerville said.