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Level 16, 66 Eagle Street
Brisbane, Queensland, 4000

Our Brisbane office is located in the capital city of Queensland, Australia’s second-largest and third most populous state. Our lawyers work closely with national and international colleagues to provide a full range of corporate legal services in an effective and seamless manner.

Queensland’s four-pillar economy, based on construction, agriculture, resources, and tourism, makes it an attractive destination for foreign investment. This attraction is amplified by the ease in which business can be done in Queensland, and results in Brisbane being a fast-growing Australian business hub.

Our lawyers have a deep understanding of the local business environment and provide a full suite of services to clients wanting to take advantage of the opportunities across numerous sectors, including finance, real estate, energy and resources (including coal and gas), infrastructure, agriculture, technology, manufacturing, transport and logistics, and tourism.

Advising both local and international corporations, financial institutions, governments, and private-sector clients, our team provides advice across all areas of law, including finance, restructuring and insolvency, litigation, and dispute resolution through to corporate and transactional, real estate, immigration, and labour, employment, and workplace safety.

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