Pitt St Sydney CBD Office Grand Opening
Go To Court Lawyers has today celebrated the opening of their new Pitt St office in Sydney, taking yet another stride towards ensuring every Australian has the same access to expert legal advice and strong representation for which the firm is renowned.
Situated near the Bathurst St intersection, just a block or two from the Queen Victoria Building, Hyde Park, and the Sydney Tower Eye, the Pitt St office is conveniently situated for anyone living or working in and around the Sydney CBD.
Under the leadership of Senior Solicitor and New South Wales State Manager, Jack Leitner, the highly experienced Pitt St team brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the Go To Court Lawyers family. Mr Leitner is one of a small number of criminal lawyers accredited by the NSW Law Society as a lawyer who has demonstrated specialised competence in the field of criminal law and who has been conferred Specialist Accreditation by the Law Society under its Specialist Accreditation Scheme. He is a passionate and highly skilled advocate committed to achieving the best possible outcomes for his clients.
‘We aim to provide everyone in Australia with fast access to good lawyers – wherever they are, and whatever their legal problem. The opening of our Pitt Street office means that it is even easier for us to achieve this aim.’
Joining Mr Leitner are associate solicitor Alex Dimos, solicitors Nick Hardy-Clements, Tina Domm, Johanna Fisher, and Elizabeth Wye, and law clerk Alex Lawson. Mr Dimos has extensive experience across criminal and civil law. He is very thorough, committed and organised and ensures his clients are provided with all necessary information as to the options available to them.
Mr Hardy-Clements is skilled in all matters relating to criminal, family and civil law, and excels in negotiating less adversarial solutions for his clients. Ms Domm’s expertise is also in these areas of law, but she also brings a passion for immigration matters. Ms Fisher’s primary area of expertise is in criminal law, but she is also experienced in civil, family and immigration law, while Ms Wye has honed her skills by specialising in criminal and traffic law.
According to Founder and C.E.O. James Stevens, ‘We aim to provide everyone in Australia with fast access to good lawyers – wherever they are, and whatever their legal problem. The opening of our Pitt Street office means that it is even easier for us to achieve this aim.’
The new office will provide expert advice and strong representation in all matters of civil, family and criminal law, including drink driving and traffic offences. The firms guarantees availability in all Australian courts, at short notice, and at simple, upfront rates.
If getting to the city is a problem and their other local offices aren’t convenient, Go To Court Lawyers also offers access to its experts through phone or Video-Link systems using Skype or FaceTime. This way, you can meet with your lawyer in person from the comfort of your own home and save yourselves the commute.