AU Fast Facts

Lander & Rogers is a leading independent Australian law firm operating nationally from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. We are proud to be the trusted advisor to many publicly listed and private Australian companies, Australian subsidiaries of global companies as well as all levels of government.

We have seven areas of practice, and we cover a range of industry sectors, with a focus on financial services, insurance, government, infrastructure, real estate, and retail and supply chain.

We believe that legal services are much more than just the law - they are about great people, sustained excellence and exceptional client service. We have a reputation in the legal market as a provider of premium legal services, and as a sought after employer. We are renowned in Australia for our down-to-earth and friendly workplace culture. 

 

  • Environment and sustainability

    Lander & Rogers aims to be an industry leader in implementing sustainable business practices that minimise harm and maximise benefit to the environment and our local community...

  • Fast facts

    Summary information about the firm...

  • History

    Lander & Rogers first began in November 1938 when Hartwell George Lander commenced practice in Melbourne's Broken Hill Chambers...

  • How others see us

    We are recognised as being an equal opportunity employer and a firm where women do well...

  • International approach

    As a fiercely independent and truly Australian firm, our goal is to be the independent firm of choice for international companies seeking to do business in Australia...

  • Life at Landers

    We offer a range of social events, physical activities and support programs...

  • Pro bono and community support

    We encourage our people to undertake pro bono work and other community initiatives...

  • Recent achievements

    We are dedicated to ensuring our clients receive excellent service and results...

  • Reconciliation

    Lander & Rogers' RAP, launched in November 2014, is about recognising the relationships we already have and work we currently do with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations, identifying where we can do better and converting this momentum into a framework with accountability to track both our progress and challenges.