International firm completes office moves in Australia

With an expanding team in Australia, the UK-based firm needed access to cutting-edge facilities

International firm completes office moves in Australia
Holman Fenwick Willan finished the relocation of its office in Perth yesterday, completing its office transfer plan in Australia, which also included moving its offices in Melbourne and Sydney in the past two years.

According to the international law firm, the move of HFW Perth to Level 15 Brookfield Place Tower 2 serves two purposes for the firm. It moved the Western Australia office to accommodate its continuously expanding team in the city and to gain access to cutting-edge facilities that better support collaboration and innovation.

“We opened our Perth office in 2011 and have steadily added to our team and client offering since then,” said Simon Adams, head of the firm’s Perth office. “Our new office will provide us space where we can continue to expand and strengthen our client offering.”

The firm’s Perth office specialises in the energy, construction, and shipping sectors in WA and beyond. HFW has more than 40 lawyers across Australia. Around the world, the sector-focused firm has more than 450 lawyers working on legal issues related to all aspects of international commerce.


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