We are firmly committed to providing clients with the personal service and the attention to detail that is the hallmark of a smaller firm, while at the same time providing the specialist knowledge and resources of a larger organisation. Our lawyers pride themselves on being approachable and friendly and providing clear and concise advice on your matter. DC aims to establish successful long-term relationships with all clients, whether individual or business.
A Solid Background
Diamond Conway provides legal advice and assistance to individuals and corporate clients across Australia and overseas. We have also acted for government and other statutory bodies and have helped to deliver the best possible outcomes for a long list of satisfied clients. Our proven track record is testament to our winning attitude; our lawyers are motivated and committed to each and every client.
Legal disputes can be a very stressful and emotional experience. Diamond Conway's experts will always offer a compassionate ear, whilst remaining objectively focused on resolving your legal issue and providing you with the best possible outcome. Additionally, our solicitor's can assist non-English speaking clients in Afrikaans, Arabic, Cantonese, Mandarin, Greek, Italian, Polish, and Russian.
Diamond Conway is the culmination of two long-standing and highly respected law firms, Diamond Peisah and Conway Maccallum, who merged in 2006. The merger has resulted in a new firm with the motivation to succeed and the combined experience of a wealth of clients and cases.
Diamond Conway are located in the heart of the Sydney CBD on Hunter Street. The offices are a short stroll from both Wynyard and Martin Place Stations, and conveniently located in the city's financial district.
Professionalism and Expertise
The Best Outcome
Our team of lawyers provide an unparalleled level of knowledge and expertise. We provide efficient advice on complex legal issues to our clients on a daily basis and can bring that experience to your matter. Be it a simple personal matter or a complex commercial transaction, our lawyers can provide you with a competent and timely solution, allowing you to concentrate your time on more important matters.
We bring together a very experienced and highly regarded group of practitioners with expertise in a wide range of practice areas. Many of our solicitors hold specialist accreditation in areas including Wills & Estates, Advocacy, Immigration, Family Law and Business Law. You know you’re in safe hands with a Diamond Conway Lawyer.
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