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Australia law firms and lawyers

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24 LAW FIRMS
Southport, Australia
Established in 2009
Criminal Law
Wodonga, Australia
Established in 2000
Business Law, Corporate Law, Criminal Law, Dispute Resolution, Divorce, Employment Law, Family Law, Immigration,...
Albury, Australia
Established in 2000
Business Law, Corporate Law, Criminal Law, Dispute Resolution, Divorce, Employment Law, Family Law, Immigration,...
Sydney, Australia
Established in 2016
Business Law, Commercial Law, Family Law, Property Law, Wills, Trusts and Estates
Southport, Australia
Established in 2014
Automobile Accidents, Personal Injury
Ipswich, Australia
Established in 1945
Business Law, Commercial Law, Conveyancing, Corporate Law, Divorce, Family Law, Personal Injury, Wills, Trusts and...
Sydney, Australia
Established in 1945
Mediation
Toowoomba City, Australia
Established in 1995
Business Law, Commercial Law, Divorce, Employment Law, Family Law, Litigation, Property Law, Wills, Trusts and Estates
Southport, Australia
Established in 1968
Business Law, Commercial Law, Conveyancing, Corporate Law, Divorce, Employment Law, Family Law, Litigation, Wills,...
Sydney, Australia
Established in 2007
Business Law, Commercial Law, Family Law, Property Law, Wills, Trusts and Estates

LAW IN AUSTRALIA
The law of Australia comprises many levels of codified and uncodified forms of law. At both the federal and State levels, the substantive law of Australia is largely derived from the common law system of English law.

The High Court of Australia is the highest court in Australia.

The Law Council of Australia, locally known as the Law Council is the representative body of the Australian legal profession at national level. The Law Council represents 16 Australian state and territory law societies and bar associations and the Law Firms Australia.

In some states of Australia, the professions of barrister and solicitor are fused whereas in other states, there is a split profession.

A barrister is a referral profession thus members of the public has not direct access to barristers. A person who needs to consult a lawyer will have to contact a solicitor first.