Turner Freeman

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Turner Freeman
HeadquartersSydney, Australia
No. of offices11 Australiawide
No. of attorneys
Major practice areasGeneral practice
Date founded1952
FounderRoy Fredrick Turner
Company typeAssociated partnership

Turner Freeman is an Australian Law firm founded in Sydney, in 1952, which now has offices in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory.

Turner Freeman grew from the sole practice of Mr Roy Frederick Turner, who was also a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council[1] from 1976 to 1984. [2]


Turner Freeman has offices in Sydney, Parramatta, Newcastle, Woolongong, Canberra, Brisbane, Cairns, Ipswich, Sunshine Coast, Mt Isa and Adelaide.


Turner Freeman first opened offices in George Street in Sydney in 1952.

Significant Achievements[edit]

Turner Freeman has been involved in some of Australia’s most high profile cases, including working for asbestos disease campaigner, Bernie Banton,[3] and, in the past, Wilfred Burchett, and Australian Author Frank Hardy.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • The Federal Australian Government's Attorney General, The Hon. Robert McClelland,[4] is a former partner at Turner Freeman.
  • The current Federal Australian Parliamentary Secretary for Defence Support, The Hon. Dr Mike Kelly AM MP,[5] is a former solicitor with Turner Freeman.


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