Keypoint Law is delighted to welcome Celia Armstrong, a senior corporate and commercial lawyer with extensive experience working in mergers and acquisitions, contracts and commercial dispute resolution.

Celia works predominantly with small-to-medium businesses and founder led enterprise clients, which has seen her expertise broaden over the years to encompass a range of general commercial areas, including protecting IP, arrangements with employees and stakeholders, trading terms and conditions, asset protection, privacy, competition and consumer regimes and dispute resolution.

Celia joins Keypoint from Coulter Legal’s boutique Melbourne office, where she was in a Special Counsel role. Prior to this, Celia steered her own practice for 6 years and, served as General Counsel and Company Secretary for venture capital and private investment group, Imperium Capital. She worked in various boutique firms during the early years in her career.

Commenting on Celia’s appointment, Keypoint’s CEO Warren Kalinko said:

“We are thrilled to welcome Celia to Keypoint. Her joining is a hugely exciting development for our SME corporate clients in Melbourne… With a background spanning private practice and in-house positions, Celia brings a distinctive understanding of SMEs and a holistic skill set tailored to cater to the diverse needs of the small business market.”

When asked about her appointment, Celia shared:

“I am truly excited to join the exceptional team at Keypoint”

Celia’s appointment is the latest in a string of recent hires by Keypoint Law, including former Addisons Partner, Michael Ryan, trade marks specialist Tony Grujovski and the firm’s first Perth hire, Tamra Seaton.