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Nexus Law Group adds Perth office

NewLaw firm Nexus Law Group has continued its expansion across Australia, this time heading west and adding two principals to open an office in Perth.

user iconJerome Doraisamy 02 September 2020 NewLaw
Nexus Law Group adds Perth office
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Colin Miller and Roger Lewis, who specialise in regulatory and compliance law and employment law respectively, have been appointed as principals of Nexus Law Group for its newly established Perth office.

The news follows the opening of Nexus’ Adelaide office in late August.

 
 

“The establishment of solid leadership in our new Perth office marks an important step in the continued growth of the Nexus practice structure nationally,” said Nexus CEO and founder Marcus McCarthy.

“Over the past few years, we have been focused on building our core management team and carefully growing Nexus through the appointment of the right people at the right time, appointing those who align with our cultural values. We’re proud to have lawyers of such calibre joining our firm and strengthening our service offering for clients nationally. Colin and Roger truly understand the nature of what we are trying to build and will have a great impact on our firm both in Perth and with our [group] principals in other states.

“We are focused on creating a firm of depth, based on the concept of positive innovation for our profession. I am extremely proud that we have delivered something truly unique and positive for lawyers in a difficult legal market. We intend to grow our network carefully, with lawyers who have a passion for doing law in a better way for their clients and in a more rewarding environment for themselves.” 

Mr Miller brings “over 30 years of Australian and international experience delivering legal expertise within the areas of governance, regulation and compliance”, the firm said in a statement, while Mr Lewis is a “highly experienced employment and WHS lawyer with over 20 [years’] working primarily in mining and related industries”.