Law Squared welcomes 7 team members

Law Squared welcomes 7 team members

24 November 2021 By Naomi Neilson
Law Squared welcomes 7 team members

Law Squared has grown the firms’ numbers to 30 with the addition of seven new lawyers, representing a significant increase following the COVID disruption.

In a huge year of growth, Law Squared director Demetrio Zema has welcomed new additions Natalie Markovski and Olivia Dalton to the disputes and litigation team; Alex Gaggin and Grace Beaumont to the commercial team; and Nam Truong, Hayley Conway and Danielle Mercieca to the firms’ operations team.   

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Commenting on the appointments, Mr Zema said: “2021 has been a huge year of growth for us at Law Squared, so it was important that we continued to invest in our people and our culture to ensure that we are attracting and recruiting the right talent to continue to help us grow and to develop as a team.”

All seven new additions are “exceptional professionals” in their particular areas and, importantly, are “great people” who will fit into Law Squared’s culture.

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Mr Zema said he was particularly proud that the firm never stood anyone down or cut any hours during the pandemic and instead continued to recruit individuals for both legal and operational roles. This, he said, “shows that our clients continue to back us during a time where many businesses were looking at ways to outsource”.

As well as the recruitment stage, Law Squared has opened new spaces in Melbourne and Brisbane for the first time, something the firm is very proud of.

“Our new spaces will allow us to continue to build and develop the firm in line with our strategic plan, it will also assist us in working towards our business of concept of building deep and meaningful relationships with our clients, and it will also give us the opportunity to entice high-quality talent into the firm who are excited to work in such a vibrant and creative space,” Mr Zema said.

Law Squared welcomes 7 team members
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