Hunt & Hunt announces merger with Cappello Rowe Lawyers

Merger will allow both firms to “expand, grow, and provide more extensive service”

Hunt & Hunt announces merger with Cappello Rowe Lawyers

Hunt & Hunt has merged with Cappello Rowe Lawyers, effective 01 October.

In a statement, Hunt & Hunt said that the merger “will allow for both firms to expand, grow, and provide more extensive service and legal support to our clients and contacts.”

“Hunt & Hunt brings a national footprint and a more substantial level of legal experience and expertise,” the firm said. “[Meanwhile], Cappello Rowe bring extensive skills, knowledge and resources in family law, commercial litigation, and property law.

Cappello Rowe’s Sydney team will join Hunt & Hunt offices from 19 October. All Cappello Rowe team members are remaining in their current roles and will continue to support their clients with “the same level of personalised service that clients expect.”

"We are excited to add Cappello Rowe’s commercial law, employment law, and family law teams to expand our practice areas,” said Jim Harrowell, managing partner at Hunt & Hunt. “We will have access to more resources, expertise, and knowledge to support our clients better. We are extremely excited about this merger and greatly look forward to continuing to work closely together.”

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