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Keypoint Law is delighted to announce that Lora Shaw has joined the firm from HWL Ebsworth, where she was a Special Counsel.    Lora specialises in providing strategic advice to Commonwealth agencies, and public and private companies, on major infrastructure and ICT projects,...
SYDNEY. Keypoint Law has been placed on the 2014 Legal Innovation Index in recognition of its initiatives to deliver uniqueness and value to its clients, as well as to its lawyers.  In response to the rapidly changing face of the legal industry, LexisNexis® Pacific and Janders Dean,...
by Sophie Schroder | 27 Aug 2014 Progressive law firm Keypoint Law has just added to estate planning to its practice repertoire after two prominent lawyers joined the firm this month. Estate planning experts Michelle Meyer and Michael Eyers AM are the newest team members of the...
By Felicity Nelson, Lawyers Weekly, 25 August 2014 Keypoint Expands its Estate Keypoint Law set up shop in Australia just 10 weeks ago and it has already launched a new practice area. The estate planning practice group will be led by new recruits Michael Eyers and Michelle Meyer. Meyer is the...
Keypoint Grows its Estate Progressive law firm, Keypoint Law, has launched a new practice area in Estate Planning, with the joining this month of Michelle Meyer and Michael Eyers AM.  The firm, which has no billable-hour targets for lawyers and offers fee earners 70% of what they bill, has...
Keypoint Law welcomes Michael Eyers AM Keypoint Law is delighted to announce that Michael Eyers AM has joined the firm, enabling it to launch new practice areas in Probate and in Estate and Superannuation Planning.     “Estate and Superannuation Planning are becoming...
By Felicity Nelson, Lawyers Weekly 29 July 2014: Key player joins growing firm Eight-week-old firm Keypoint Law has recruited partner Michael Eyers (pictured) to launch a new practice area. Eyers will lead probate and estate and superannuation planning at Keypoint Law. “Estate...
by Sophie Schroder | 27 Jun 2014  A British law firm that allows its lawyers to work when they like, charge how they like and earn 70% of the fees they generate is making its mark in Australia.   Keystone Law is the latest British law firm to open up a branch in Australia...
A British law firm that allows its lawyers to work when they like, charge how they like and earn 70% of the fees they generate is making its mark in Australia. Keystone Law is the latest British law firm to open up a branch in Australia, and claims that its structure is different from the rest....
Keypoint Law has appointed the legal director of a Fortune 500 company to head its corporate and commercial practice. Lawyers Weekly ]]>reported last month]]> (30 May) that UK-based firm Keystone Law had officially launched in Australia as Keypoint Law. The newcomer to the Australian...

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