Son inherits Wollongong boutique firm in leadership transition

Andrew Gamble will be sharing the mantle with a local lawyer

Son inherits Wollongong boutique firm in leadership transition
New leaders of Gamble Law & Estate Planning

Andrew Gamble has been tapped to lead Wollongong boutique firm Gamble Law & Estate Planning, succeeding his father Michael.

Andrew will be sharing the mantle with local lawyer Cristian Apolloni, who will head up the firm’s commercial and corporate division.

“We have known each other for a long time, over 10 years, and are great friends. There is a lot of trust between us, and a deep understanding of each other’s strengths and weaknesses. We think this creates a solid foundation for a long and successful business partnership”, Andrew said.

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Like his father, Andrew focused his practice on wills, estates and property law. Meanwhile, Apolloni gained experience in corporate and commercial law over a seven-year stint in Melbourne.

Andrew and Apolloni revealed plans to launch a satellite office in Albion Park this year and snapped up the estate planning practice of retired local practitioner Warren Saunders.

Michael will remain with the firm as a part-time consultant.

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