Former health minister crops up at Simpson Grierson

Mon, 10 Nov 2014

  Nov. 11 (BusinessDesk) - By Paul McBeth Former Health Minister Tony Ryall has found post-Parliament life at major law firm Simpson Grierson. The political veteran, who successfully managed the health portfolio over the past six years without too much public controversy, will join the law firm as its head of the public policy practice, starting from the end of January next year. Ryall will provide strategic and operational leadership to the public law unit as part of its senior executive team. “The interface between the public a...

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