- Rising Star for 'Insurance (Australia)'
The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2022
- Rising Star and Recommended Lawyer for 'Insurance (Australia)'
The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2021
- Rising Star for Insurance
The Doyle’s Guide 2020
- "Commercial, knowledgeable and providing a good service." - Gracechurch Report: London Market Insurance Law 2016
Llinos Kent is a Partner in Kennedys Sydney office and is dual qualified in Australia and England & Wales. She joined Kennedys in London in 2012 and relocated to Sydney in 2018.
The focus of Llinos’ practice is on coverage and defence work with broad experience across insurance lines. She advises Australian and London market insurers on issues of English and Australian law.
Llinos regularly advises on policy response and on complex coverage issues (to include aggregation and year of account) relating to Financial Lines, Investment Management Insurance, Warranty & Indemnity and Cyber policies. Specifically, Llinos has advised on Class Actions in Australia, the Australian Banking Royal Commission, on COVID-19 issues and matters arising from catastrophic events such as Hurricane Katrina.
In addition, Llinos manages a large and complex caseload of Australian and UK claims relating to a variety of professions (including brokers, accountants, solicitors, valuers/surveyors, construction and Trustees/corporate service providers). She is also experienced in running arbitrations and subrogated recoveries for insurers.
Llinos also monitors claims in other jurisdictions (such as Jersey, BVI, various countries in South America) against various professionals, in particular Trustees and corporate service provider, and insurers.
Llinos is a committee member of the Australian Professional Indemnity Group (APIG). She is also a member of Forum of Insurance Lawyers and regularly gives seminars to clients on a range of legal issues and contributes to Kennedys and external publications. She has also completed a client secondment where she dealt with a broad range of claims against professionals and coverage issues.