The economic downturn and increased competition means WA legal firm Lavan has had to work hard to retain its edge. Lavan managing partner Dean Hely said the landscape was changing for traditional legal firms, driven by more competition for a smaller pool of work.
Lavan is pleased to announce the establishment of its First Nations practice group.
Lavan is proud to announce the appointment of National Indigenous Law Awards (NILA) student of the year, Johanna Byrne, in the firm’s 2017 graduate intake.
Lavan is pleased to announce the following new year appointments.
Lavan is pleased to announce the appointment of Amanda Kailis as a special counsel in Litigation and Dispute Resolution.
The only constant in life is change. Our clients’ needs are changing, our service offering continues to change, the competition is changing and the economy in Western Australia continues to evolve. It is therefore important that our brand reflects the changing nature of the world around us.
Lavan Legal is proud to be assisting RugbyWA and the Western Force on this community initiative. The ownership model is unique in rugby and is aimed at securing the future of the Western Force and rugby in Western Australia.
Lavan Legal is pleased to announce the appointment of Franklin Gaffney as a special counsel in Employee Relations and Native Title.
As managing partner of Lavan Legal, I am very pleased to announce the establishment of Quadrant Advisory Pty Ltd, an independent business banking advisory firm which will bring a banker’s perspective to clients’ relationships with their financiers.
Quadrant Advisory is established by partners of Lavan Legal together with former banker, Paul O’Farrell. Quadrant Advisory will provide commercial advice not legal advice. It will work with business owners and their banks to improve balance sheet performance by identifying sources of finance and assisting in building banking relationships tailored to meet your banking needs.