TALK TO THE FISH LAWYER

TALK TO THE FISH LAWYER

by | 3 Sep 2013

Don’t flap around in the water! If you have a legal issue or question choose the law firm with “the Fish Lawyer”. Engaging an expert saves time and money for your business. Aquarius Lawyers is the law firm for assisting those businesses working in the marine environment with all their legal issues. Our firm can provide advice and representation in all areas marine business, commercial fisheries, aquaculture and international law.

Known as “The Fish Lawyer” for her specialization in aquaculture, marine and fisheries law, Katherine is the principal of Aquarius Lawyers. Katherine’s unique blend of business and maritime expertise means that you will be provided with a specialized and professional legal solution. The aim is to provide cost effective legal and compliance solutions for your business. Katherine is a regular speaker at international events on legal issues affecting the marine environment and has completed a Masters of Maritime Law.

We understand that the legal system can be a maze but through sound legal advice we aim to guide you through that maze to find the best legal solution for you. “The Fish Law Report” is a regular newsletter designed to keep you up to date on national and international legal issues affecting the marine environment, subscription is free from our website

Website: Aquarius Lawyers

 

About Katherine:

Katherine Hawes has been a lawyer for over 15 years, with extensive legal and training experience. She is a specialist in ocean, shipping, fisheries and maritime law. She provides advice in the areas of maritime security and marine resources management.

For further information please contact Katherine at:

 

AQUARIUS LAWYERS
Address: Level 1, Suite F Octagon, 110 George Street, Parramatta, NSW 2150, Australia. Telephone: +61 (02) 9615 9635
Email: info@aquariuslawyers.com.au
Website: www.aquariuslawyers.com.au

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