The independent Australian law firm is expanding its horizons in Papua New Guinea in a move that reflects its commitment to the region.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth has confirmed its relocation to new premises in Port Moresby as it looks to expand its offering across Papua New Guinea.
The new office, which occupies 549 square metres of Level 3, Deloitte Haus on Port Moresby’s Touaguba Hill, has adopted the same design as the firm’s Australian premises, including enhanced technology tools.
Partner and head of the Papua New Guinea practice at Corrs, Vaughan Mills, said the new Port Moresby office will also be similar to the firm’s Australian offices in that it will offer flexibility and provide a place for a more “dynamic and collaborative way of working”.
“This exciting move reflects our expansion in the region, and further strengthens Corrs’ position as the pre-eminent firm in Papua New Guinea,” Mr Mills said.
“Our new office will serve our needs well as we continue to focus on our people, our clients, and the firm’s development in the region.”