Hazelbrook Legal is a strategic legal advisory firm. We are leaders in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions and financial services law. We provide trusted advice that delivers positive business outcomes.

How do we work?

Positive Business Outcomes

We pride ourselves on the quality of our legal product, our responsiveness and ability to deal with complex matters, and our drive to do what we can to make business easier for our clients.

Our Approach

Influential, Experienced & Knowledgeable

Recognised subject matter experts with a proven track record of dealing with complex and sensitive transactions, we have the expertise and experience to deal with your legal needs.

Our Expertise

Trusted Legal Counsel

We offer the highest levels of service and a truly personalised approach because our team is passionate about building long term, trusted client relationships.

Our Story

Dedicated, Collaborative & Driven

Hazelbrook Legal brings together award-winning and talented lawyers and professionals with backgrounds in some of Australasia and Europe’s most respected law firms.

Our Team

Ready, Willing & Able

Work alongside our exceptional team on a wide range of challenging and exciting work.



New Dairy Regulations: Time to put Verbal Agreements out to Pasture

There have been some recent changes to the industry code for dairy farmers that may affect your business. The amendments to the code are clearly intended to encourage better record-keeping in the dairy industry, and generate transparency for both parties …

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Hazelbrook Legal is a Finalist for Law Firm of the Year

Hazelbrook Legal is thrilled to announce it has been shortlisted as a finalist for Law Firm of the Year in the Australian Law Awards 2020 for the second year running.

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Wary of The Bake Sale? The Best Ways to Raise Capital in 2020

The slowing global economy and uncertain market conditions arising from the COVID pandemic have put a strain on many businesses and the need for access to funds is as great as ever. The obvious response for many is to undertake a capital raising. However, …

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ACCC Increases Consumer Data Rights: Neobanks And Fintech Take Note

From 1 July 2020 Australia’s four largest banks will be required to provide access to customer and account data for credit and debit cards, deposit accounts and transaction accounts. By November, they will have to make available information for all other a …

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