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Level 2, 405 Little Bourke St
Melbourne 3000
VIC AU
Tel (61) (3) 9600 3522
Fax (61) (3) 9600 3544

Lovegrove Smith & Cotton - Commercial & Construction Lawyers

Building Lawyers, Construction Lawyers & Planning Law Experts

Lovegrove Smith & Cotton top Construction Lawyers & Building Lawyers?

The three partners have over 60 years experience in building and planning law, have written seminal building law books and Lovegrove Smith & Cotton is one of the oldest construction law firms in Australia.

What is the Lovegrove Smith & Cotton's approach to Building Dispute Resolution?

Lovegrove Smith & Cotton is a building dispute resolution "one stop shop". Our uniqueness is that our building law and planning law firm can do court, tribunal and arbitration appearances in all Australian States and Territories and New Zealand.

Our principal advocate is Chartered Building Professional Stephen Smith who along with Justin Cotton does over 90 percent of our court appearances. Stephen leverages off the fact that prior to joining Lovegrove Smith & Cotton he had 25 years of experience as a barrister.

This building and planning law firm only employs senior lawyers.

Where to find the Construction & Planning Law Expertise divisions?

The Construction & Planning Law Expertise Divisions can be accessed by clicking Construction Law & Planning Law.

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Where to find the Construction Law, Planning Law & Dispute Resolution Experts at Lovegrove Smith & Cotton.

You can get hold of our experts and access their CV's by clicking Stephen Smith Partner & Chartered Building Professional, Conjoint Professor Kim Lovegrove FAIB Partner & Chair of Centre for Best Practice Building Control (CP Building Regulation & Certification), Justin Cotton, Partner & Leading Australian Construction Lawyer.

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