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Swaab wel­comes two new graduates

Will Kingston and Adam Zwi will be under­tak­ing Swaab’s grad­u­ate pro­gram, includ­ing three six month rotations.

Will Kingston and Adam Zwi will be under­tak­ing Swaab’s grad­u­ate pro­gram, includ­ing three six month rotations.

Will has joined our Com­mer­cial and Intel­lec­tu­al Prop­er­ty team for his ini­tial rota­tion. Pri­or to his arrival at Swaab, Will sup­port­ed the in-house legal team at Hewlett-Packard. This pro­vid­ed him with a unique insight into the draft­ing and nego­ti­a­tion of com­mer­cial IT agree­ments, reg­u­la­to­ry com­pli­ance and con­sumer law issues. This fol­lowed expe­ri­ence in busi­ness roles at IMG Aus­tralia and SAP. Will con­clud­ed his stud­ies at Syd­ney Uni­ver­si­ty in 2014 where he read for a Juris Doc­tor and a Bach­e­lor of Eco­nom­ic and Social Sci­ences degree.

Adam will sup­port the lit­i­ga­tion team dur­ing his first rota­tion. Adam com­plet­ed his dou­ble degree in Law and Arts, major­ing in Gov­ern­ment and Inter­na­tion­al Rela­tions, in 2014. He is sched­uled to be admit­ted as a lawyer lat­er in 2015. Pri­or to join­ing Swaab, Adam worked as a radio pro­duc­er and researcher at the Aus­tralian Broad­cast­ing Cor­po­ra­tion. He also interned with the ABC’s in-house lit­i­ga­tion team, where he worked on defama­tion and copy­right mat­ters. Adam is eager to grow his legal expe­ri­ence across a range of prac­tice areas in his ear­ly years at Swaab.

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