Stephen McAuley joins Panel of Experts at Sydney Hills Business Chambers’ Business Leaders Lunch

Jun 4, 2023 | Publication

Principal Solicitor of McAuley Lawyers, Stephen McAuley, joined a panel of experts last week at Sydney Hills Business Chambers’ Professional Services Business Leaders Lunch.  Hosted by Chamber President Kerrie Sheaves and joined by fellow panelists, Bruce Gleeson of Jones Partners, Caroline Hutchinson of Coleman Greig Lawyers and Stephanie Razey of McCrindle, there was an informative discussion regarding innovation in the area of professional services.

The panel focused on the good and the bad that had evolved following the pandemic and how this has influenced the way professional services are delivered.  

Thank you to Sydney Hills Business Chamber for organising this outstanding event!

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