TGB Media and Press

TGB Lawyers announces two new partners

Tindall Gask Bentley Lawyers is delighted to announce the elevation of Victoria Bell and Rosemary Caruso to the firm’s partnership.

Rosemary has grown the firm’s Wills & Estates team to become what is now the largest in South Australia.

Victoria, a highly-regarded workplace lawyer, has been instrumental in the firm’s expansion into the Northern Territory and Queensland.

TGB managing partner Morry Bailes said the pair’s promotions were recognition of excellence and dedication in their respective fields.

Victoria Bell

“Victoria has been an asset to the firm since she joined us in 2009, proving vital as we expand the firm’s interests across the nation. She has a considerable and growing client base across three states,” Morry said.


“In Rosemary we are blessed with a leader who shows diligence, attention to detail and absolute commitment to her clients every day. She has overseen the significant expansion of our Wills & Estates team and has made an enormous impact on the firm.

“We are delighted by their acceptance of our offer to join the partnership.”

The firm has also promoted Fiona Fagan, Olla Kutieleh, Melanie Tilmouth, Virginia Bui, Nakkie LeRoux and Sam Hooper to Senior Associate, and Ben Smith to Associate.

Nakkie LeRoux

“At TGB we are fortunate to have so many outstanding lawyers. Those who received promotions reflect that,” Morry said.


“They have achieved their seniority within the firm on merit and by embracing the TGB values of a commitment to the administration of justice, of service to our clients whilst maintaining a sustainable business now in four states of Australia.

“We are delighted to welcome our new associate and senior associates who represent the future face of TGB.”

CONGRATULATIONS: Ben Smith, Fiona Fagan, Virginia Bui, Rosemary Caruso, Olla Kutieleh, Melanie Tilmouth and Sam Hooper.