Clarendons moving on up, to the “Paris End” of Collins Street

Clarendon Lawyers has this week relocated to new premises in the “Paris End” of Melbourne’s Collins Street. Amidst a period of unprecedented growth, the firm has outgrown its offices at 333 Collins Street and has chosen 55 Collins Street as its new address. Clarendon Lawyers’ Founder and Managing Director, Tony Symons, said the move will support the firm’s ongoing growth and success as it delivers on its strategic ambition to become the best specialist corporate law firm in Australia.

“This is a really exciting time for our firm. Since moving to 333 Collins Street in 2014 we have experienced consistently increasing demand for our deep market expertise in our core areas of mergers and acquisitions and equity capital markets. This has seen us enjoy unprecedented growth and expansion. In two years, the firm has grown from four partners to seven, with the addition of John Mann, Susie Stone and Nick Golding. Our team of lawyers from 2014 are all still with the firm, and seven more lawyers have also since joined.

“Our new offices provide a collaborative, flexible and connected environment for our staff and clients. The new workspace is custom-designed to foster collaboration and integration amongst our staff and will enable us to be more flexible and efficient in how we work. Our new environment also incorporates modern technology to enable us to really collaborate and connect with our clients,” Tony said.

“Over the last few years, Clarendon Lawyers has grown into Melbourne’s leading specialist corporate legal advisory firm. Our team of experts has the bench strength and depth and quality of experience to deliver exceptional client outcomes, regardless of the size or complexity of the transaction. Our new offices are a perfect fit for our vibrant and ambitious culture and will help facilitate the next stage of the firm’s growth.” Clarendon Lawyers’ new address is Level 29, 55 Collins Street Melbourne, Victoria 3000. All other contact details are unchanged.