CK’s Murray Procter featured in Doyles Guide’s 2017 Leading Employment Lawyers List

23 February 2017

ClarkeKann is pleased to congratulate CK Partner, Murray Procter, who has featured in Doyles Guide’s 2017 list of leading Employer-focused Queensland Employment Lawyers.

Murray is the head of CK’s Employment, Industrial Relations & Safety practice. With a career spanning over 20 years, Murray has extensive experience advising Australian companies and government department on industrial relations, workplace health and safety and employment law, including enterprise bargaining, individual engagement methods, anti discrimination, termination of employment and dealing with ill and injured workers.

Murray is also an advisor to the Queensland Government as a Board member of Workplace Health and Safety Queensland.

This acknowledgement serves as testimony to Murray’s expertise and contribution to the industry.

Congratulations Murray!

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