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Law Squared opens doors on Melbourne premises

NewLaw firm Law Squared has officially opened its doors to its new Melbourne headquarters, with plans to double the size of the team in the next three years.

user iconLauren Croft 13 December 2021 NewLaw
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After five years of working in various co-working spaces across Melbourne, including WeWork, the Cluster, and Gravity Coworking, Law Squared now has its own offices on William Street.

The firm currently has a team of 35 across their Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane offices, and founder and director Demetrio Zema said the move would enable the firm to establish themselves shoulder-to-shoulder with other leading professional service firms across the country.


“We came together (virtually) as a team in May of last year, and we spoke about a couple of different options as to what Law Squared would look like off the back of the COVID pandemic, and it was unanimously decided that we would progress with creating our own space, so it’s fantastic to see our dreams come to life in this new space,” he said.

Over the course of the last 18 months, Law Squared has added almost 20 new team members, and Law Squared chief operating officer Trent Milvain said that the new office was a reflection of this.

“People are our biggest asset and the investment we made into our new office is a reflection on the value we place on our team and our pledge to being a workplace of choice,” he said.

“The space encourages connectivity between all three of our offices and truly equips us to succeed into the future.”

“We are extremely proud of the work that we have put in over the last five years to get Law Squared to where we are today, and we are even more excited at the prospect of what the next five years has in store for our team, clients and community,” added Mr Zema.

Lauren Croft

Lauren Croft

Lauren is a journalist at Lawyers Weekly and graduated with a Bachelor of Journalism from Macleay College. Prior to joining Lawyers Weekly, she worked as a trade journalist for media and travel industry publications and Travel Weekly. Originally born in England, Lauren enjoys trying new bars and restaurants, attending music festivals and travelling. She is also a keen snowboarder and pre-pandemic, spent a season living in a French ski resort.

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