MinterEllison

MinterEllison is an international law firm, headquartered in Australia and regarded as one of the Asia-Pacific's premier law firms.

We have a clear goal – to be our clients' best partner. We put the client at the center of everything we do and partner with them to deliver truly innovative solutions.
We also think beyond the law, offering clients advisers who are multi-disciplinary and industry-facing to help them realize their strategic goals, grasp business opportunities and create value for their stakeholders.

The firm's specialist lawyers have built a pre-eminent reputation as corporate legal advisers in cross-border transactions and in industry sectors that are key to Asia-Pacific region's economic growth – banking and financial services, infrastructure, energy and resources, manufacturing, telecommunications, property development and international trade.

The firm prides itself on delivering cross-border seamless service, technical excellence and commercial, practical, results-oriented advice. Clients agree, saying: "One of the firm’s major strengths is client service. The lawyers are always available and will work around the clock" (Chambers Asia Pacific); "The lawyers have excellent knowledge and take the time to understand the needs of the client" (Chambers Global); "The firm provides outstanding strategic commercial advice" (Legal 500: Asia Pacific) and "MinterEllison has a top practice and a very strong team" (IFLR 1000).

Recent Firm News & Legal Updates

Legal Update, Member Firm News

Our new research indicated that Australia's renewable energy sector is set to boom in the year ahead and global investors are waking up to the market's abundant opportunities. Our new report, developed in partnership with Acuris, canvased the opinions of global renewable energy investors and sector.

Legal Update

Following the controversial passage of the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2018 (colloquially referred to as the 'decryption laws') in December last year, the Senate referred the operation of the TOLA Act to the Joint Committee for inquiry and report.

Firm Offices in Member Jurisdiction

Australia

Sydney, New South Wales
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Darwin, Northern Territory
Brisbane, Queensland
Adelaide, South Australia
Melbourne, Victoria
Perth, Western

Firm Offices in Other Jurisdictions

Europe

England, London

Asia-Pacific

China,
Beijing Shanghai
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar

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