At Auxilium Partners we are passionate about mentoring and pride ourselves on providing our employees with every opportunity to reach their potential. All our former staff, together with the current team, contribute enormously to the success of our business. We are proud to recognise their roles and celebrate their continued professional and personal success.
JOSHUA joined Auxilium Partners in mid-2017 working part-time at the firm while finishing his law studies at UWA. Josh worked on insolvency and forensic accounting matters together with making strong contributions to the firm’s regular discussions with legal consultants. We see a bright future ahead as after he leaves Auxilium in February 2018 to start College of Law and take up a role with John Holland Construction.
ANLEE joined Auxilium for a short time in 2017 to assist the insolvency and forensic accounting teams. She graduated from UWA with a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and a Bachelor of Arts (English). In mid-2017 Anlee began her new position as Research Associate and Orderly at the WA Supreme Court. Recently we hear she has a well-deserved new role at Jackson McDonald law firm.
EVELYN completed her law degree in November 2015 and joined the Auxilium Partners team in January 2016. She provided assistance to both Bob and Paul in insolvency and forensic matters, while studying to be admitted as a lawyer. On her departure from Auxilium Partners in November 2016, she began a role within the legal team at Inpex. More recently we hear she has new roles as a journalist and radio presenter.
ZOE graduated from UWA with a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and a Bachelor of Commerce (Economics). She joined Auxilium Partners in late 2016 to assist with insolvency and forensic accounting matters. She moved from Auxilium in July 2017 to take up a training contract with Linklaters in London.
BENJAMIN joined Auxilium Partners in 2016 as a junior accountant. He progressed to become a well-liked and valuable member of our staff. We wish him every success as he starts a new role in 2019 at the Perth office of a national insolvency firm.
MADELENE joined Auxilium Partners in mid-2018 to assist with legal matters, while completing her UWA Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) degrees. Maddie moved from Auxilium to Pragma Legal, and will commence a graduate program with Ashurst in Melbourne in 2019.
RYAN graduated from UWA with B Comm and joined Auxilium Partners after working with tech firms in Australia and overseas. Auxilium provided him with a variety of opportunities to support his career change to insolvency. In August 2018, Ryan moved from Auxilium to a national insolvency accounting firm.
NICOLA joined Auxilium Partners in June 2015 to work part time on insolvency and forensic matters while completing her law studies at UWA. She moved from Auxilium in January 2016 to accept a law graduate position with Inpex in Perth.
CAITLIN spent 5 months working with Bob and Paul at their former firm in 2012 and 2013. Caitlin was involved with Auxilium Partners as an administrative assistant in the establishment of Auxilium’s cloud computing software. Caitlin joined Shell Australia as a petroleum engineering graduate in March 2016. More recently we hear she is embracing new challenges as she studies to become a doctor at University in QLD near her family.
EMILY joined the Auxilium team in July 2015 while she was completing her law degree at UWA and continued teaching Japanese language studies. After graduating in November 2015, Emily was accepted into the prestigious Teach for Australia program, in Melbourne.
STEPHEN graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Laws (Hons), where he was also awarded the Ferrier Hodgson & Co Prize in Corporate Insolvency. He has a strong interest in dispute resolution. Stephen joined the Auxilium Partners team in April 2016 assisting with both insolvency and forensic matters. He moved from Auxilium Partners in December 2016 to take up a legal position with the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC). More recently we hear he is enjoying the challenges of work at DLA Piper.
LAWRENCE joined Auxilium shortly after its establishment in March 2015. He worked full-time for the firm while completing his law studies at university. Lawrence left the firm in March 2016 to pursue further employment opportunities in London. More recently we hear Lawrence accepted a role in the Enforcement Division of Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
SARAH came to Auxilium Partners after several years working as a tax accountant at Deloitte. Sarah left Auxilium to pursue further opportunities in the fitness and lifestyle industries.