Australia: Sara McRostie, Partner, joins Sparke Helmore's Workplace Group
Last Updated: 20 June 2016

Sparke Helmore Lawyers is pleased to welcome Sara McRostie as a Partner in the firm's Workplace Group in Brisbane. Sara specialises in industrial relations and employment law and works closely with government agencies, particularly in the Queensland public sector, as well as corporate clients in a range of industries, including health and aged care, insurance, mining, construction, media and professional services.

"I'm delighted to welcome Sara to the team," said Catherine Wilkinson, the firm's newly appointed Workplace National Practice Group Leader. "Sara's specialist expertise in front and back-end matters and strong client relationships brings a wealth of experience to our clients and will complement the Workplace team in Brisbane and nationally," she said.

Sara provides support to employers on day-to-day workplace issues including workplace investigations, managing long-term ill and injured employees, workplace restructuring, dismissals and employee entitlements. She also has extensive litigation experience, particularly in complex employee claims across multiple jurisdictions, and regularly appears before various state and federal courts and tribunals.

Sara is currently named on the "Rising Stars" list of the Doyles Guide for employment and WHS.

Sara joins the firm from Minter Ellison's HR&IR team.

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