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Piper Alderman Takes Next Step Towards National Presence

Piper Alderman has opened an office in Perth, Western Australia, marking a major milestone in its national growth strategy.

The office is the fifth established by the firm after Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. The Perth office will further strengthen Piper Alderman’s position as one of Australia’s leading, and fastest growing, commercial law firms and enable further expansion of its offering to clients through both geography and capability.

Shane Entriken and Paul Sartori, both of whom have decades of experience, will lead the new office. They are joined by a well-established team who also have strong local profiles and experience and will be looking to grow the team through local hires over the coming months.

The initial focus will be establishing Piper Alderman’s office with foundation clients and then expanding the client base in key sectors including mining and resources, construction and engineering, healthcare, education and government. In line with Piper Alderman’s approach to growth, the Perth office will merge deep local knowledge and expertise with the capacity and network of the national firm, with value flowing both ways for local clients.

The Perth office is located in the heart of the city’s CBD on Level 29, 77 St George Terrace, Perth.

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