Mills makes office relocation

By Emma Ryan|17 December 2018

National law firm Mills Oakley will mark the New Year with a move to a new premises, relocating its Sydney office to accommodate a growing number of staff.

Mills’ Sydney office will relocate to the new Barrack Place tower, located at 151 Clarence St, Sydney.

The move will see the firm take up five floors of the newly-constructed tower, meaning it will boost the floor space in it’s current premises by 40 per cent.

Mills Oakley CEO John Nerurker described the decision as timely, falling in line with the firm’s Sydney growth trajectory.

“Twelve years ago, we opened Sydney with a launch staff of four people,” Mr Nerurker said.

“Since then, the office has grown to nearly 250 partners and staff and is now our largest office nationally. We are continuing to experience double-digit growth in Sydney and this investment in new premises will mean that our clients and people will enjoy a more spacious, state-of-the-art experience.”

Referencing staff feedback, Mr Nerurker noted that the firm “will continue to provide offices for lawyers”.

“A modern office needs to facilitate both collaboration and individual work, a balance we have struck with break-out areas and traditional office spaces,” he explained.

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