Connor McClymont is an associate in our Corporate Practice Group, advising clients on a wide range of corporate transactions, focussing on capital markets and corporate governance. He has advised clients on a range of matters in related fields, including data privacy and cybersecurity, migration and consumer protection.

    Connor has experience assisting on capital market raisings, such as rights issues and placements, and conducting due diligence for a variety of domestic and cross-border transactions.

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    • Assisting ASX listed mining entities with preparation of disclosure documents in multimillion-dollar capital raisings.
    • Advising an international telecommunications client on the application of data privacy and cybersecurity regulations to its Australian operations.
    • Advising a variety of international importers on product labelling and consumer protection requirements in Australia and New Zealand.
    • Preparing applications to the Department of Home Affairs regarding visa and citizenship applications for a variety of professional and private individuals.
    • Advising pro bono clients on the incorporation of not-for-profit entities as incorporated associations and companies limited by guarantee.
    • Advising a pro bono client regarding the application of Australian financial regulations to a cryptocurrency exchange business.


    • The College of Law, GDLP, 2017
    • University of Western Australia, LL.B., B.A. (History), 2016


    • Supreme Court of Western Australia, 2017

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    • Co-author, “FWC Looks Beyond Title and High Income to Find Employee Was Award Covered and Could Access Unfair Dismissal Laws”, 31 July 2017.
    • Co-author, “Franchisors liable for franchisees’ Fair Work Breaches”, 26 September 2017.
    • Author, “In the Post – FWC delivers mixed messages on dismissal for social media indiscretions”, 12 May 2017.

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