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Thomson Geer is a large Australian corporate law firm.

We have 91 Partners and another 250+ professionals operating out of our offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. 

By size we are in the top:
  • 15 law firms operating in Australia;
  • 10 independent Australian law firms; and
  • 35 local law firms in the Asia Pacific.

Our Clients

Our clients are principally spread across 3 classifications:
  • Australian Stock Exchange Top 200;
  • Major Global Foreign Corporations; and
  • Australian Stock Exchange Mid and Small Caps/Government Enterprises/Large and Medium Private Corporations.

Our Work

The nature of our legal assignments is what you would expect of a large corporate law firm. Thomson Geer is regularly engaged on challenging and complex work.

Quality & Value

We believe we are amongst a select class of large Australian law firms that offer a depth of quality specialist legal skills and know how across Australia coupled with strong value driven standards and settings.
  • Thomson Geer leads the way when it comes to flexible work Thomson Geer has been recognised as the leading large Australian law firm when it comes to flexible work, having the highest percentage of lawyers working part-time, at 11.7%.

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  • Thomson Geer strengthens dispute resolution expertise Thomson Geer has welcomed two key Sydney disputes Partners, Harold Werksman and Sylvia Fernandez to the firm. Along with Harold and Sylvia, two key Senior Associates, Jodi Walkom and Nicholas Riordan and two lawyers have joined the firm.

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  • CONSTRUCTION Alert: Queensland Government consulting with industry regarding security of payment reforms

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  • Australian Insurance Law Bulletin: No contract of insurance with member of superannuation scheme—Edington v Board of Trustees

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  • Australian Insurance Law Bulletin: Insurer’s actual decision-making process off limits in determining claim for interest—O’Neill v FSS Trustee Corporation

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