Exciting times for
Osborn law

It has been an exciting start to 2019 for Osborn Law which has appointed Laura Bennett as its first Senior Associate who joins Solicitor Directors Tim Osborn, Christie Howson and Marissa Dimarco in their leadership team. 

Laura has over 14 years’ experience in the legal profession and has been an integral part of our team for over 6 years providing our clients with quality service and advice. 

Laura has particular expertise in commercial contract negotiations and drafting and regularly assists clients with supply agreements; commercial and retail leases and licence agreements; shareholder and unitholder agreements, share transactions and business sale and purchase agreements; corporate structuring and mergers and acquisitions; large commercial and residential land sale and purchase transactions; and residential and strata subdivisions and consolidations.

The firm’s Solicitor Director, Tim Osborn, said her appointment was the natural next step for the firm.

“Laura’s appointment to Senior Associate is in recognition of her significant contribution to our team during her time with Osborn Law, as well as her commercial approach to clients, and invaluable mentoring to our younger solicitors.” 

“She is also a bit of a smart-arse with a dry sense of humour, which adds to our already fun Osborn Law family. Everyone in the team is thrilled for her. 

We also received so much great feedback from our good clients when we let them know about the appointment recently. That was really appreciated and is a testament to how highly Laura is regarded among our friends here at OL.” he said.

“I am really looking forward to tackling this new role and continuing to work closely with my clients. Tim, Christie and Marissa have been invaluable in supporting me to take this next step. We have a great team here at Osborn Law, with plenty of laughs to go along with the hard work and I am excited to have the opportunity to help lead our team. I am keen to see what this year will bring for us and for our clients” Laura said.