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Landers senior associate joins CE Family Law as special counsel

A Melbourne-based boutique practice has hired a new special counsel, who comes across from BigLaw practice Lander & Rogers and brings a “wealth of experience and compassion” to her new role.

user iconJerome Doraisamy 22 February 2024 SME Law
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Louise Hunter (pictured) has joined CE Family Law, having come across from Lander & Rogers, where she has served for eight years.

She has been, the boutique firm said in a statement, devoted to family law for 12 years, offering a unique commercial and taxation perspective to disputes, and brings expertise in various areas, including complex parenting matters, family violence cases, and surrogacy matters. “She enriches our team’s capabilities,” the firm added.


Prior to her stint at Landers, Ms Hunter worked as an associate at Forte Family Lawyers and was a consultant at PwC.

She also teaches family law in the juris doctor program at the University of Melbourne.

CE Family Law directors David Edney, Lauren Copeland and Sanaz Naimi Roshan said they are proud to welcome Ms Hunter, noting that “her vision of providing empathetic and honest advice resonates with ours, embodying our values in supporting clients through challenging times”.

Ms Hunter added: “The earlier clients are able to obtain advice, the better. This advice arms clients with the knowledge to navigate the early (or later) stages of a separation with confidence.”

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