Lander & Rogers is a leading independent Australian law firm, comprising 600 people including 84 partners.
We have grown organically, resulting in a highly cohesive firm sharing a strong work and client service ethic, as well as high staff and partner retention rates. We believe that legal services involve more than just the law – practical, commercial advice and exceptional client experience are equally important to our clients and to us.
Our firm is global in its approach, but we remain fiercely independent and truly Australian. We work closely with international firms that do not have an Australian presence, and we are the exclusive Australian member of the largest global network of independent law firms, TerraLex.
Consistent with our values and culture, we are strongly committed to pro bono & community work and supporting our environment. We also established Australia's first LawTech Hubs in Melbourne and Sydney. Our key sectors are Government, Insurance & Financial Services, Real Estate, Retail & Supply Chain and Technology.
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reduction in paper consumption through the adoption of eBrief digital technology
Hartwell Lander and Glyde Rogers create the Lander & Rogers law firm – with the order of names decided by coin toss. The firm's founders cultivate a fast-paced culture, grounded in collegiality and family values.
The two friends remain name partners until Rogers passes away two years later. Hartwell Lander provides financial support to the Rogers family for the following three years.
Lander & Rogers actively grows its workers compensation practice. Lawyers at the firm transitioning to this field receive close support from more experienced colleagues.
By 1970 Lander & Rogers is regarded as the pre-eminent Victorian firm acting for employers and workers' compensation insurers.
The firm rapidly diversifies, developing leading expertise in commercial, family, real estate, and construction law.
Client growth leads to the firm moving to bigger premises at 600 Bourke Street, Melbourne.
Lander & Rogers opens its Sydney offices in Spring Street.
Lander & Rogers becomes the exclusive Australian member of TerraLex, a global alliance of high-profile independent law firms with in-depth local knowledge.
Lander & Rogers opens its Brisbane offices in Queen Street, shortly before moving to Creek Street. Rapid client growth leads to a relocation to Waterfront Place five years later.
The firm creates the iHub, an award-winning, multi-disciplinary team of problem solvers who create client-focused solutions to complex challenges. Drawing upon expertise in law, business and technology, the team co-designs highly-customised systems and processes that transform legal service delivery.
Lander & Rogers opens Australia's first dedicated LawTech Hub, a place for clients to collaborate with tech entrepreneurs, lawyers and business experts on transformative new law-tech products.
Lander & Rogers' Melbourne office relocates to the Olderfleet building at 477 Collins Street, a vibrant new home that reflects the firm's commitment to sustainability, health and wellness, and providing an exceptional experience for its people and clients.
75 years after it was founded, Lander & Rogers is now a contemporary Australian firm with a distinct identity and culture. While much has changed over the years, the firm stays true to the values it has always lived by - independence, authenticity, and genuine care for its people, clients and community.
In its commitment to driving meaningful change by championing responsible and sustainable business practices, the firm is certified carbon neutral by government-backed environmental initiative Climate Active and joins the United Nations Global Compact.