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Levitt Robinson believes that successful legal representation is a partnership.
Experience
Levitt Robinson has gained rich experience from its diverse client base which spans from Sydney right across the globe.
Service
We won't stop until we achieve what our clients want - a just outcome.
Determination
We are defined by our unwavering determination and strategic solutions.

Who We Are

  • What We do

    Levitt Robinson is a cosmopolitan, cutting-edge leader in litigation and commercial law. The firm’s client base is diverse. We act for many high profile people and businesses, as well as for start-ups, public and private enterprises, trusts, foreign corporations and overseas financial institutions.
  • Our Services

    At Levitt Robinson, we won’t stop until we achieve what our clients want – a just outcome or at least, the best outcome.
  • Working With You

    We believe that to provide successful legal representation, we need to get to know you and to understand your goals.
  • Experience

    We have gained rich experience from our diverse client base – from Sydney and across the globe.
  • Determination

    We are defined by our unwavering determination and strategic legal solutions.

Latest News

FROM 1 July 2014 a new penalty policy for trustee breaches came into existence for Self Managed Super Funds (“SMSF”). The policy, which will be aLearn More

Levitt Robinson Solicitors has joined forces with Canada-based international law firm Cabinet Juridique 1713M to assist Asian investors wishing to parLearn More

The Senate Economics References Committee enquiry into the performance of the Australia Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) has adopted submisLearn More

Levitt's Lore

A version of this article was published in the Queensland Sunday Mail on 12 May 2014 under the headline “ASIC is a Sick Joke” We see it alLearn More

The Queensland Crown Solicitor’s office on 16 May 2013, communicated the Queensland Government’s rejection of the Palm Islanders’ offer to resolLearn More

It never ceases to amaze that ASIC, as the regulator, supposed to be seeking to “raise the bar”, continues to engage in petty politics with “a sLearn More