Moores announces appointment of new Practice Leader

Moores is delighted to announce Leah Anderson’s appointment as a Practice Leader of the firm.

Leah joins our Corporate Advisory Team at Moores and leads our Workplace Relations team.

Leah brings over 25 years’ experience as a workplace relations lawyer in private practice and in-house and has recently managed high-profile enterprise bargaining and wage compliance disputes at Coles, Uber, and ANZ.

Leah leads a team of skilled workplace relations specialists to deliver employment solutions to our clients including industrial relations and compliance work in commercial and for-purpose sectors such as education, disability, health, aged care and housing.

Skye Rose, fellow Practice Leader in our Corporate Advisory Team said, “We are thrilled to welcome Leah to Moores. Leah’s expertise aligns seamlessly with our desire to assist and advise our clients in the ever-evolving landscape of workplace law. Leah is a talented workplace relations lawyer who brings a wealth of experience to Moores. I have every confidence that our clients will value her commercial nous, creativity, commitment to excellence and collaborative approach as much as we do”.

Leah Anderson and Skye Rose smiling in Moores
Leah Anderson (left) and Skye Rose (right)

Leah will work closely with Skye and members of the Corporate Advisory Team, which includes expertise in charity and NFP law, safeguarding, governance, human rights and discrimination, privacy and data security, regulatory compliance and investigations.

When asked ‘why Moores?’ Leah said, “I chose Moores because of the skilled people I would be working with, the diverse client base and the workplace culture that Moores offers.”

Welcome aboard Leah.

To find out more, please do not hesitate to contact us.