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Welcoming Lucas Hewlett

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In a move that bolsters our strong pedigree in commercial and property law, Redchip welcomes Lucas Hewlett to the team as a Commercial and Property director.


Lucas has worked alongside Redchip for over a decade, much of which he spent growing his own successful business, Hewlett Legal. He brings a wealth of experience to the table, with a particular focus on commercial property acquisitions and sales, business and share acquisitions, plus sales and front-end insolvency.

The decision to transition his practice into Redchip was prompted by the opportunity to offer his clients the broader depth of services and support of a larger firm.

Director Rob Lalor says it’s the perfect time to merge forces:

“The timing is spot on for Hewy to be joining our team. While there is still a fair bit of uncertainty in the market, we’re seeing a lot of positive activity and transactional work roll across our desks.

“Hewy’s expertise in the property space, strong networks and keen commercial eye will support some great outcomes for our clients.”

We welcome Lucas and his clients to Redchip, and look forward to realising the potential this union brings for the overall growth of our business.

Find out more about Lucas here

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