About

Our Approach

Namadgi Legal is a Canberra law firm providing legal advice to individuals, businesses, and the ACT Government.

Why

We live and breathe business and enjoy its challenges and changes.

We want you to explore your limits, push boundaries where you can, pull-back when you need to, and keep trying until you succeed.

When you move forward, we know our work has made a difference.

We think meeting new people every day is wonderful.

We love Canberra and want our whole community to thrive.

Technology

We use technology to deliver traditional legal services in non-traditional ways.

We use reputable and secure cloud-based technology to run lean administration. This means that you can expect direct access to your professional team.

We can work from anywhere, anytime with no disruption or productivity loss. This translates to faster turnarounds, and more client-focused outcomes.

We understand digital signing services, paperless contracts, and electronic property transactions. These tools will improve your service experience.

Our online smart-forms, designed by lawyers, save you time and money.

With us, you can expect smooth sailing with all things ‘tech.’

Meet Allyson

Allyson Hogan
Principal Solicitor and Legal Director

Allyson Hogan is a highly qualified lawyer, with extensive experience working on a wide variety of legal matters in both large, national law firms and smaller, local Canberra law firms.

As an Accredited Specialist in Commercial Litigation, Allyson is particularly skilled at solving legal problems. Allyson is also an experienced transactional lawyer, who firmly believes “prevention is better than cure.”

Allyson has a strong sense of community and heritage and is passionate about social equality, social justice and environmental issues.

Qualifications

Accredited Specialist – Commercial Litigation

(Law Society of New South Wales) (2011)

Master of Applied Law (Commercial Litigation)

(College of Law, Sydney) (2011)

Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice

(Australian National University) (2004)

Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Psychology

(Australian National University) (2003)

Admissions

Australian Capital Territory

(2003)

New South Wales

(2004)

High Court of Australia

(2003)
Social Responsibility

We accept responsibility for the economic, social, and environmental impacts of our business. This makes good business sense and inspires change.

We minimise our paper waste

We use cloud-based paperless technology

We recycle and buy recycled products

We buy green energy

We prefer to cater vegan

We offer concessional hourly rates for healthcare card holders and age pensioners

We sometimes provide free or low fee legal services to disadvantaged clients

Clients

We provide legal services to individuals, businesses, and the ACT Government.

Businesses

We live and breathe business and enjoy its challenges and changes. We enjoy learning about you and your trade, professional and/or business experience. When you move forward, we know our work has made a difference.

ACT Government

Namadgi Legal is appointed to the Territory Legal Services Panel. We provide complex civil and commercial litigation and insolvency law legal advice and representation to the ACT Government.

Individuals

We think meeting new people every day is wonderful and we enjoy working with individuals and families. To us, no job is too small and there is no such thing as a silly question.

Pricing

We are open and clear about legal costs. We focus on value, not the clock, and will offer fixed fees where possible.

As our client, you can expect transparency in our costings. We aim to identify as early as possible the scope of each engagement. We will communicate clearly with you at every stage so you know what to expect.

Concessional Rates Scheme

We offer concessional hourly rates for healthcare card holders and age pensioners.

Pro-Bono & Low-Bono

We sometimes provide free or low fee legal services to disadvantaged clients.

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