Brisbane firms merge

A full-service firm is joining forces with a property- and corporate-focused boutique

Brisbane firms merge

Two Brisbane-based firms are joining forces on 1 July.

Broadley Rees Hogan (BRH) is merging with Byroms Lawyers, bringing senior lawyer Michael Byrom into the fold. Byrom has held senior roles at Purvis Duncan, Sciaccas, Holding Redlich, and Bennett & Philp from 1980 to 2015.

The Byroms team will further strengthen the full-service firm’s body corporate, property, and commercial law expertise. Byrom will assist in growing the firm’s corporate practice, BRH said.

Byrom said that the firms’ common values and commitment to clients and client service create an exciting opportunity. “Broadley Rees Hogan represents an opportunity to be part of a real growth story,” he said.

BRH services clients nationally and internationally in a wide range of practice areas, including corporate and commercial; property services; corporate; planning and environment; building, engineering, construction, and infrastructure; employment and work health and safety; litigation and dispute resolution; IP, media and IT; and private client services.


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