Court Mentions

We offer mention and agency services to legal practices in all Courts and Tribunals across the Sydney metropolitan area. We have many years of litigation experience across a wide range of jurisdictions.

Our firm is conveniently located across the road from the Downing Centre Courts, in the heart of the Sydney CBD which allows us to offer highly competitive rates to save you and your clients' unnecessary costs.

By instructing us to attend to your time consuming mentions, directions hearing and other matters on your behalf, you can spend your day devoting your time to your clients.

We have the expertise to ascertain the vital facts of your case in a timely manner so that we obtain the outcome in Court that you need.

Our mention and agency services include:

If you require an agent to appear in your matter, give us a call on our 24 hour telephone service on 1300 171 898 or send us an inquiry through our contact us page and we will respond as soon as possible.

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