MinterEllison to integrate affiliated offices in NT, SA

The move means that the firm will cover all mainland capitals as one integrated team by 30 June

MinterEllison to integrate affiliated offices in NT, SA

MinterEllison announced on Thursday a major move to fully integrate its affiliated offices and partnerships in South Australia and the Northern Territory with the MinterEllison Australia team by the end of the month.

“As we already operate as one brand in the market, we will continue to focus on providing excellent standards of service,” said Adam Bannister, MinterEllison managing partner for SA and NT.

The move means that the firm will cover all mainland capitals as one integrated team, said Bruce Cowley, MinterEllison chairman.

“The integration is a really exciting development for our firm. We're in a position to provide seamless service to our clients across all mainland capitals,” he said. “Our national footprint will provide real value for our clients and deliver them a distinctive experience.”

MinterEllison’s network also includes offices in Beijing, Hong Kong, London, Shanghai, and Ulaanbaatar. MinterEllison Gold Coast and MinterEllisonRuddWatts in New Zealand (Auckland and Wellington) operate as affiliate members of the legal giant.

 “MinterEllison is now, more than ever, able to service its clients with local knowledge backed by a wider pool of deep expertise, a national approach to industry sectors, and ability to leverage well-developed technology and innovation programs,” the firm said.

Adam Bannister

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