Specialist firm signs 2-year deal with NSW WaratahsNov 30 -0001

A professional services firm has signed off on a two-year deal in a move that sees it become the newest partner of the NSW Waratahs.

by Emma Ryan


Dec 27 2017Solicitor a cricket star in the making

Criminal lawyer and cricket fanatic Vaughan Roles has recently returned from India, where he represe...

by Sasha Karen

Dec 18 2017Book commemorates diamond milestone for WA law society

Ninety years of Western Australia’s legal profession has been recorded in a special publication ce...

by Melissa Coade

Dec 17 2017Lawyers Weekly’s top picks of 2017

Check out some of our favourite stories from the year – including dogs, snails, potatoes and Hamle...

by Tom Lodewyke

Dec 14 2017Orchestra invites Sydney to tune into the sounds of Christmas

If you’re walking down Macquarie Street at 7pm next Monday, keep an ear out for the sweet sounds o...

by Melissa Coade

Annabel Crabb headlines Women in Business ForumDec 11 2017

Political journalist Annabel Crabb has appeared at the Coleman Greig Lawyers Women in Business Forum. ...

by Tom Lodewyke

Law firm shines light on inclusion issues for older peopleDec 05 2017

The Sydney office of a global law firm has taken up the cause of Australia’s ageing population, in a bid to generate discussion about brea...

by Melissa Coade

Firm to match museum’s fundraiser dollar for dollarNov 27 2017

As part of its commitment to Brisbane’s art community, a national law firm will play a big part in the Museum of Brisbane’s first artwor...

by Emma Ryan

LexisNexis executive recognised for human rights workNov 23 2017

A LexisNexis executive has been announced as a finalist in a global awards program for women in business. ...

by Tom Lodewyke

Firm’s fundraiser helps bolster Indigenous educationNov 20 2017

A firm’s fundraiser has helped raise more than $20,000 for a foundation dedicated to supporting education of Aboriginal children living i...

by Emma Ryan