Malcolm is the Managing Partner of Dooley & Associates Solicitors. His specialties are workplace and business law. Malcolm takes a very 'hands on' approach with his clients, ensuring that they receive practical, commercial and ‘real world’ guidance and solutions.
Malcolm takes a great interest in all legal aspects of the business life cycle from helping businesses to get a good start, transitioning throughout their business life cycles and then when the time comes, exiting from the business in whatever form that may take. He takes great pride in being able to distil his client's needs quickly, get to the core issues and put in place well thought out and effective strategies to help his client’s achieve their objectives as quickly and as painlessly as possible.
Through acting for a range of types and sizes of businesses, associations and organisations for many years (as well as operating his own business) Malcolm has developed a comprehensive understanding of the challenges faced in business today. He ensures that he is readily accessible to his clients and provides timely advice and assistance, cutting out the ‘legalese’ and keeping commercial realities at the forefront of all matters.
As part of the integration of quality into every area of our practice, we achieved Law 9000 Quality Accreditation in early 2005, being one of the first practices to do so in NSW, something that we have maintained ever since. We are also proud to be a long term member Best Practice Lawyers who are an exclusive group of very experienced lawyers who are committed to furthering the provision of high quality legal services and supporting our colleagues in their journey through a career in law.
We are closely connected and involved with local community and business groups and charities. We are keen supporters of a fantastic grass roost charity Save Our Sons and we are an active member of Sydney Hills Business Chamber.
January, 2001 - Present
Diploma in Law
2001 - 2005
B.Ec (Com Law)
1997 - 1999
1993 - 1996
Suite 104, Level 1, 18-20 Ross St Parramatta
New South Wales, Australia
9 years held