Gadens opens new Sydney office

At least seven new partners are joining the firm in the coming weeks

Gadens opens new Sydney office
Gadens has opened its new office in Sydney, as it is poised to welcome seven new partners over the coming weeks.

The premium premises are located on Level 40 at Gateway, 1 Macquarie Place in Circular Quay.

“This is a very exciting and significant development for our firm and its future. We will be welcoming a number of new people to Gadens in Sydney, which is very exciting,” said Grant Scott-Hayward, Gadens chief executive.

“At least seven new partners are joining in Sydney in the next month or so, and joining with them will be a number of team members. The people joining us are top quality and will notably enhance our brand and market position in Sydney,” he said.

Gadens said its new appointments will join the firm’s corporate advisory; property; banking, insolvency and restructuring; employment advisory; and commercial litigation and disputes groups.

“Our aim is to bring to the Sydney market the high quality Gadens brand and profile that we have built in all our other markets. Gadens has significant strength and prominence, as a top, independent firm in Adelaide, Brisbane and Melbourne. Our strength in these markets has been built over many years of delivering outstanding outcomes for our clients – across every Gadens office,” Scott-Hayward said.

“This focus on our clients will continue to underpin our hard work to enhance our Gadens brand in the Sydney market through doing the same for our clients there. We are extremely excited about the future, and the opportunities that expanding in Sydney will bring for our clients, our people and our firm.”


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