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Originally Founded in 1983

The Firm

Originally founded in 1983 and was entitled Corbett and Jessop Lawyers. The partnership was between Michael Corbett and Paul Jessop who attended school together from kindergarten to the completion of their higher school certificate.

Michael and Paul then completed their Law and Commerce degrees at the University of New South Wales before entering into partnership. They have now been in partnership for 32 years.

Haydon Fowler Corbett Jessop was established in 1989 with the amalgamation of the three local firms, Haydon & Haydon, Peter G Fowler & Associates and Corbett and Jessop. Haydon & Haydon and Corbett & Jessop had direct proprietary links to the first firms ever established in the Sutherland Shire.

Mr Haydon left the firm in 1991 to pursue other interests outside the law Peter Fowler left the firm in 2015 and practises as a barrister. Glenda McNee then joined the firm and has remained with the firm as a Senior Associate since that time. The collective experience of the 2 partners exceeds 70 years and Ms McNee has 36 years experience.

Clients of the firm have enjoyed an elite level of legal advice due to the high calibre of its lawyers. There is and has been a standard of advice available which one might expect at major CBD law firms without the cost or the inconvenience of attending the city.

The firm has recently transitioned to cutting edge office premises to offer clients a comfort and pride in representation they might not expect in a suburban law firm.

The practice has thrived by offering sensible cost effective advice to individuals, small and large business entities.

No matter what your legal problem, there is a highly skilled lawyer at our office to advise you. We aim to relieve you of the stress and anxiety of your legal problem whilst pursuing the most direct, best and most affordable result for you.

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