Mullane & Lindsay has been recognised in the 2020 Doyles Guide of Leading Law Firms for its work in family law.
The law firm, which was established in the Hunter in 1976, specialises in a range of legal fields but has been recognised as a leading Newcastle, Hunter Valley and Central Coast Family and Divorce Law Firm.
Additionally, Mullane & Lindsay Directors, Mark Sullivan and Ashleigh John, were also named in the Guide’s Leading Family Lawyers for the Newcastle, Hunter Valley and Central Coast.
Mark is the leader of Mullane & Lindsay’s Separation, Family, Relationships Law group and a NSW Law Society Accredited Specialist in Family Law since 1994.
He has practised in this area for 37 years and been a Principal and now Director of Mullane & Lindsay since 1985. Mark is the leader of our Separation, Family, Relationships Law group and a NSW Law Society Accredited Specialist in Family Law since 1994.
He has practised in this area for 37 years and been a principal and now director of Mullane & Lindsay since 1985.
Ashleigh joined Mullane and Lindsay in 2007 and is also a Director of the Separation, Family, Relationships Law group. She is an NSW Law Society Accredited Specialist in Family Law and practices primarily in family law property and parenting matters and has a particular interest in parenting and children’s matters.
Ashleigh is also a lecturer at the University of Newcastle in the Family Law Practice course, President of the Hunter Valley Family Law Practitioners Association, and is a Steering Committee member of the Greater Newcastle Family Law Pathways Network – which is an interagency of family service providers in the Newcastle and Hunter region.
The Doyles Guide includes online peer-based surveys as well as extensive telephone and face-to-face interviews with clients, peers, and relevant industry bodies, to compile its list each year.
Director Kristy Nunn said that the national acknowledgement was testament to the firm’s commitment to client outcomes.
“Our team of talented and empathetic individuals work hard to make our clients’ lives a bit easier and take on some of the burden during difficult times,” Kristy said.
“The firm values its strong connections with its local community both as business and an employer and where possible chooses to recruit and support students from local educational pathway providers including the University of Newcastle’s Faculty of Business and Law.
“What this means, is that we are very proud of our ongoing ability to recruit and attract local people who understand our clients and their needs,” she concluded.
IMAGE | Mullane & Lindsay Directors, Ashleigh John, and Mark Sullivan (left-right).