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In a move that further
enhances our highly-regarded Family Law team in Perth, Tindall Gask Bentley is
delighted to welcome three incredibly-experienced lawyers to the firm.
Jon Redman (senior lawyer) and Jacinda Hansen (senior associate), both pictured above, have started with the firm, while Vanessa Clark (senior associate)...
We are seeking an experienced criminal lawyer with 3-to-5 years post admission experience
Interesting and diverse work
Supportive and collegiate team
Established in 1970, Tindall Gask Bentley is recognised as a leading general practice law firm with a strong growth trajectory.
Tindall Gask Bentley is a law firm that...
Proposed changes to South Australia’s ICAC Act pose an intolerable risk to the community, writes TGB senior associate Samuel Joyce, who argues there is an “unhealthy deference” to the current Commissioner.
Read the full column for InDaily.com.au here.
Providing justice for victims of institutional child sex abuse has been a long and winding journey – and we’re not quite there yet, writes TGB managing partner, and Law Council of Australia President, Morry Bailes, in his latest column for InDaily.com.au
Read the full column here.
Tindall Gask Bentley is delighted to announce the elevation of Renee O’Callaghan to the firm’s partnership.
Renee, a highly-regarded family lawyer, has been instrumental in establishing and growing the firm’s footprint in Perth.
TGB managing partner Morry Bailes welcomed Renee to the partnership, saying:
“In her three-and-a-half...
Bad language in the workplace – it’s the curse of employees Australia-wide.
But can swearing at work get you sacked?
TGB’s senior employment lawyer Andrew Clare spoke to Channel 7’s Today Tonight about what is and isn’t acceptable language in today’s workplace.
Watch the full story here.
A national facial recognition scheme could be misused for social surveillance and cracking down on traffic infringements unless tightly controlled, warns Law Council of Australia President and TGB managing partner Morry Bailes.
He discussed the issue and what is at stake with the ABC’s Sonya Feldhoff.
Listen to the full...
A national facial recognition scheme could be misused for social surveillance and cracking down on traffic infringements unless tightly controlled, warns TGB managing partner Morry Bailes, in his role as Law Council of Australia President.
Read the full story via ABC News here.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are among the most imprisoned people in the world as a percentage of the population.
It is a source of national shame and the time to take action is now, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest column for InDaily.
Read the full column here.