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Nowicki Carbone joins forces with Slater and Gordon

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Law firm Slater and Gordon has today announced it has officially joined forces with specialist Victorian and South Australian personal injury law firm Nowicki Carbone.

Slater and Gordon Personal Injury General Manager Janine Gregory said the firm had acquired Nowicki Carbone following the completion of a comprehensive due diligence process.

“This is an exciting new era for our firms and I am pleased to welcome Nowicki Carbone to the Slater and Gordon team,” Ms Gregory said.

“Our firms have outstanding records in personal injury law and a shared commitment to obtaining justice for everyday Australians.

“By joining forces, more Australians in more locations will have access to our world class legal services through our expanded pool of lawyers and increased presence in Victoria and South Australia.

“This partnership will strengthen and cement Slater and Gordon’s strong reputation as Australia’s leading law firm,” she said.

Nowicki Managing Partner Tony Carbone said the firm was looking forward to being a part of an international law firm.

“We have admired the way Slater and Gordon has grown its business across Australia and in the UK,” Mr Carbone said.

“With Slater and Gordon’s support, we will build on our personal injury services as well as expand into new areas of law.

“Our legal services will now include conveyancing, criminal and family law,” he said.
Today, Slater & Gordon is Australia’s largest consumer law firm, with more than 1200 staff in 70 locations across Australia and 1,300 staff across 13 locations in the UK and revenue of $A418.5 million in FY14.