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Nexus Law Group expands into Not For Profit sector

Posted by Justine Lamond | 22 October 2020 | Nexus News

NewLaw firm Nexus Law Group is proud to announce its expansion into the Not For Profit (NFP) sector with the appointment of NFP specialist Hannah Rose.

Group Principal Hannah Rose brings to Nexus over eleven years legal experience; including over seven years specialising solely in Australia’s Not For Profit (NFP) sector, has held board positions and acted as Company Secretary for a number of non-profit organisations. Hannah joins Nexus from a national law firm where she led the NFP corporate advisory team.

Hannah provides specialist corporate and commercial advice and assistance to not-for-profit organisations, charities and social enterprises on matters concerning company structure, governance, compliance obligations and operations.

She also acts as General Legal Counsel and Company Secretary for non-profit organisations and advises government bodies, corporates and high-net-worth individuals interested in undertaking not-for-profit businesses or activities with a social purpose.

“Australia’s Not For Profit sector requires specialist insight and experience. With Hannah’s expertise, Nexus is excited in now being able to service this new market and providing Australian charities and NFP organisations with access to Nexus’s national network of highly qualified  lawyers,” said Marcus McCarthy, Founder and CEO of Nexus Law Group.

Commenting on her move to Nexus, Group Principal Hannah Rose, “In everchanging legal, compliance and regulatory environments, Australia’s not for profit sector can be better serviced by a NewLaw firm which truly understands the specific challenges they face, is flexible and cost effective in how these services are delivered. I’m excited to have joined Nexus and be able to deliver the tailored support they need.”

“Nexus is focused on creating a firm of depth, based on the concept of positive innovation for our profession. I am extremely proud that we have delivered something truly unique and positive for lawyers in a difficult legal market. We intend to grow our network carefully, with lawyers who have a passion for doing law in a better way for their clients and in a more rewarding environment for themselves,” said McCarthy.

For more information on how Nexus can support your NFP organisation, contact us on nfp@nexuslawyers.com.au

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