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The Sydney office of Colin Biggers & Paisley has acquired 12 new staff members, with the former property team from Morgan Lewis joining the firm on 1 July 2013.

The group comprises four support staff and eight fee earners, including partners Rebecca Breen and Mark Morgan and senior associates Susan Bellamy and Bob Miljevic.

"We are delighted and we feel very privileged that these outstanding people have decided to join our firm," said managing partner Dunstan de Souza. "They are leading experts in what they do, they have an excellent reputation and a great client base.

"The addition of this new team translates into a 50% revenue growth for our property division nationally. One of the principles of our long-term strategy is to be a national leader in the field of property law and this expansion of our firm is helping us to achieve that goal."

For more information please contact Elena Lonergan (02) 8281 4594 or exl@cbp.com.au.

About Colin Biggers & Paisley (CBP)

CBP was founded over a century ago and today is a firm with 47 partners and over 250 staff. The firm is highly regarded for its expertise in property and development law, building and construction, environment and planning, trade and transport, litigation, insurance, commercial and corporate law. The firm acts for major corporations, financial institutions, insurance companies, government departments and individuals. CBP has both the capacity and the expertise to deliver on complex national and multinational projects.

CBP is based in Sydney and Melbourne, with associated firms in Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth. Through its affiliation with ADVOC Asia, ADVOC International, ADVOC Europe and ADVOC Latin America, as well as its close association with Dubai law firm LutfiCBP, CBP is able to offer access to quality legal advice around the globe.

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