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Herbert Smith Freehills
480 Queen Street
Brisbane QLD 4000

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Reflecting the market in which our clients operate, our Brisbane office has a significant focus on energy and mining. 

We offer our clients a multi-disciplinary practice and are recognised as one of the leading commercial firms in Brisbane. We provide advice to clients in a broader range of industries including real estate, construction, government and public sector, infrastructure, technology, health and financial services.

We look to our Client Charter, together with our Firm Values, to guide our decisions and ways of working. Our Client Charter will inspire us, guide us, and remind us of what we need to do every day. 

Our teams on-the-ground advise across all areas of law, including corporate, employment, real estate, finance, construction, head office advisory, resources, energy, environment and planning, intellectual property, investment funds, projects and infrastructure, restructure, turnaround and insolvency and dispute resolution.

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3rd December 2021
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03 December 2021

Herbert Smith Freehills debt capital market experts advise Ampol on issue of A$500m hybrid

03 December 2021

Herbert Smith Freehills advises Mr Yum on its A$89 million Series A capital raising led by Tiger Global

01 December 2021

Herbert Smith Freehills advises Mod.io on its A$35 million Series A Capital Raise

29 November 2021

M&A dealmakers launch pre-eminent book and call for reforms to schemes of arrangement