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The path to ending modern slavery may seem long, but if we tread it together we will secure freedom for all.  A significant step along the path was taken last month, when the Australian Parliament tabled its final report, Hidden … Read More

Wotton + Kearney has been featured in the 100th issue of Australian Pro Bono News. “Great profile in the 100th issue of Australian Pro Bono News about Wotton + Kearney’s pro bono and CSR program. It’s a real privilege to … Read More

Congratulations to Wotton + Kearney Partner and Head of Pro Bono Heidi Nash-Smith, who was named the winner of the Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Pro Bono Award on Friday 17 October. It was a great evening at Melbourne’s Langham … Read More

Today’s Lawyers Weekly includes an article on the 6 finalists for this year’s Women in Law Pro Bono Award, including Wotton + Kearney Partner and Head of Pro Bono, Heidi Nash-Smith. An impressive selection of individuals, all of whom should be applauded … Read More

For the second year running, Sydney partner and Head of Pro Bono Heidi Nash-Smith has been named a finalist for the Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Pro Bono award.

Congratulations to COO Andrew Price on his truly epic performance in the MetaMan Bintan ironman yesterday, 24 August. Despite sustaining a training injury in the week before the competition, Andrew managed to complete the 1.9km swim, 90.1km cycle and 21.1km run in just … Read More

On Friday 8 August 5 members of Wotton + Kearney’s Sydney office formed part of a group sleeping out for country kids on the roof of the Royal Far West building on Manly’s seafront. Together with COO Andrew Price’s upcoming half-ironman … Read More

Asylum seekers are becoming increasingly marginalised by both government policy and cuts to legal funding. W+K’s Pro Bono Coordinator Heidi Nash-Smith talks about what W+K are doing to help: http://www.lawyersweekly.com.au/opinion/crying-like-a-refugee

Once again this year, Wotton + Kearney’s offices raised their cup of tea and slice of cake in the fight against cancer as part of the Cancer Council’s “Biggest Morning Tea”. A number of staff donned their aprons and baked an array of … Read More

As part of Wotton + Kearney’s CSR partnership with Royal Far West, on Monday 17 March, 9 members of the firm (plus 2 Wotton + Kearney support crew) will start an epic 490km cycle ride from Dubbo to Wagga Wagga … Read More