Justice, together:  Our commercial practice funds our free humanitarian law practice.

Our Services

CORPORATE & COMMERCIAL LAW

Our Corporate & Commercial team have diverse experience in a range of corporate transactions across various sectors and industries.

PROPERTY LAW

Our commercial property team act for a broad range of clients from Government institutions, banks and retail organisations in various property law transactions.

RESIDENTIAL CONVEYANCING, WILLS & ESTATES

Our highly experienced and customer service focused  team is here to assist in conveyancing, wills and probate matters.

HUMANITARIAN

 

 

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About Salvos Legal

We are a revolutionary legal practice.

 

We provide quality commercial and property law advice on a paid basis.  However, all of our fees (less expenses) fund our ‘legal aid’ sister firm, Salvos Legal Humanitarian, which is a full service free law firm for the disadvantaged and marginalised.  Both firms are wholly owned by The Salvation Army.

 

Our Partners are hand-picked specialists in commercial and property law, having worked in national/top tier firms and/or corporate in-house legal departments.  We act for many blue-chip clients from the corporate, government and not-for-profit sectors.

 

By instructing us for your legal work, you will receive top quality legal advice from experienced professionals at competitive rates. In addition, you will get the satisfaction of helping others, without costing you anything extra.

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Latest News

Salvos Legal wins new awards at the Australasian Law Awards 2016

May 20 2016

We are thrilled to announce that Salvos Legal & Salvos Legal Humanitarian were honoured with the Corporate Citizen Firm of the Year and Australian Law Firm of the Year (under 100 lawyers) prizes at the 2016 Australasian Law Awards.  ...

ABC Signpost: Refugees and the Law

May 08 2016

Salvos Legal Managing Partner, Luke Geary, joins John Leary to discuss the future for asylum seekers currently detained on Manus Island. On 26 April the PNG Supreme Court declared the Australian-run Manus Island detention centre unconstitutional....

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