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Slaters opens yet another office

Slaters opens yet another office

Slater & Gordon has announced it will open yet another office, this time in Liverpool in Sydney's south west.The new office, scheduled to open its doors on Monday 13th September, will be…

Slater & Gordon has announced it will open yet another office, this time in Liverpool in Sydney's south west.

The new office, scheduled to open its doors on Monday 13th September, will be headed up by Michael Lawandi, who has worked in the region for more than 10 years.

Lawandi said he believes the diversity and expansion of Greater Western Sydney makes it one of the most exciting places anywhere in Australia.

The new Liverpool office will offer a range of legal services, primarily covering motor vehicle accidents, workers compensation and personal injury, and will work closely with Slater & Gordon's Parramatta office, which will deal with conveyancing, wills and estates issues.

Lawandi said he was proud to be able to represent people who often have little understanding of the law, but find themselves caught up in situations well beyond their control.

"My team and I are looking forward to the many legal challenges we will face over the coming years and look forward to building strong and lasting relationships with the local community," he said.

Slater & Gordon's general manager (New South Wales), Hayden Stephens, said the Liverpool office was an important investment in the firm's growth and future in New South Wales.

The announcement follows the recent acquisition of Rod Powe Lawyers in Maitland and brings the total number of Slater & Gordon offices to 37.

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