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Sol-Law

General Business Law

2 ranked lawyersSpotlight TablePacific IslandsAsia-Pacific 2021 View ranking table

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What the team is known for

Standout law firm in Honiara combining the expertise of its team of Solomon Islander and Australian lawyers. Provides a full range of services to clients, including advice on financing transactions, local land law issues and infrastructure projects. Also represents clients in dispute resolution in the Solomon Islands.

Strengths

One source comments: "If it is a complex matter, we go to Sol-Law."

In relation to the Solomon Islands legal market, another commentator reports that "Sol-Law is the big firm there."

Notable practitioners

John Sullivan QC is based in the Solomon Islands and is also qualified in Australia. Active across a range of areas including forestry-related matters, finance and litigation, he "handles complex advice," according to a source.

Rodney Kingmele is well regarded by commentators for his practice in the Solomon Islands, and especially for handling litigation. A source reports: "He is a local partner at the firm who is very good."

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Pacific Islands

General Business Law: Solomon Islands


John Sullivan QC
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Rodney Kingmele
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