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Nexus Conference 2020

Posted by Justine Lamond | 20 October 2020 | Nexus News

The Nexus Team held its first COVID safe conference at Angel Place, Sydney last week with both in person and virtual attendees from around the country. The group discussed the effects of COVID on them and their clients, the Budget and incoming regulatory change, and changing client needs in 2021.

Speaking at the national conference, Nexus Law Group’s Manager Director Marcus McCarthy, said, “After the year that was, it was great to get together and focus on our plans moving forward. As we move into a new post-COVID era, 2021 will undoubtedly be a complex and challenging year for clients. Against this background, Nexus’ Client Promise remains more important than ever – to make a positive and real difference to our clients, by providing them with the best lawyer and right advice at the right time.”

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