About Moray & Agnew

Moray & Agnew is a national law firm of over 600 people, including 95 partners. We serve our clients Australia-wide from offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Newcastle and Perth.

Built on a solid history in insurance law, client demand in the last decade has guided our growth into commercial dispute resolution, construction and infrastructure, corporate, property and workplace legal services. The management of our firm is focused on practice groups, rather than office location, thereby providing our clients with truly integrated legal services.

We pride ourselves on the breadth and diversity of our long established client base, at the same time recognising that our clients have their own specific needs. Our collaborative approach and delivering on our commitment to understanding our clients specific interests inspires close, trusted relationships. Our clients rely on our capability, but they value our distinctive personality and progressive culture. We know that if our people reach their potential, then our business does too.

With the use of our sophisticated technology, our clients value our objective data which they use to measure our performance as well as assisting them to monitor outcomes and compare results.

Moray & Agnew is committed to being a responsible and sustainable business. We understand and accept the responsibilities we have to our people, our clients, our community and our environment.

Case Study

Makita (Australia) Pty Limited v Sprowles [2001] NSWCA 305

The NSW Court of Appeal held that, if an expert opinion is to carry any weight, it must sufficiently outline the…

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Specialist insurer-focused firm Moray & Agnew ‘stands out for its outstanding value for money’. Areas of expertise include construction insurance, defending life and disability insurance claims and professional indemnity disputes. Sydney-based Geoffrey Connellan heads the sizeable team. Stephen Harris and Peter McCarthy are ‘very knowledgeable and approachable’.  

Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2016