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We use our Sydney CBD Co-Working Spaces (As Required)

From time to time there may be opportunities for Virtual Interns / PLT Placements to attend our Sydney CBD co-working spaces on an ad-hoc basis.

c/- Work Club, L8, 99 Elizabeth Street (opposite NSW Supreme Court), Sydney

c/- Work Club, Ground Floor, 201 Kent Street (near Barangaroo), Sydney

The reasons for these meetings could be many including the following:

✅ Initial Client Meetings;

✅ Face-to-Face Legal Advice;

✅ VOI - Verification of Identity;

✅ Estate Planning - Executing Wills/Power of Attorney/Health Directions, etc.; and/or

✅ Legal Advice prior to signing a Binding Financial Agreement.

Note: Opportunities to attend our Sydney CBD Co-working spaces will depend entirely on our client's needs + preferences.

Opportunities to meet our interstate clients in our Melbourne + Brisbane CBD Co-working spaces will often coincide with mediation/litigation matters.

Some Clients prefer not to meet in the CBD

I met with a client yesterday who specifically requested not to meet in the city for a Verification of Identity matter …

Due to our unique business model which does not include fixed costs for CBD office rent, we were able to accommodate our client's request and meet in a location more convenient for our client.

This ability to offer market-leading client service focused flexibility combined with our online automated processes lead to a 10/10 Client Review.

Florence Guild Events + Team Social

In addition to the above ad-hoc opportunities, there are regular Florence Guild events which are held at Work Club which I recommend Virtual Interns / PLT Placements attend as we can combine a team social before or after the event.


This FAQ was created by James D. Ford GAICD | Principal Solicitor, Blue Ocean Law Group℠.

Important Notice:

This FAQ is intended for general interest + information only.

It is not legal advice, nor should it be relied upon or used as such.

We recommend you always consult a lawyer for legal advice specifically tailored to your needs & circumstances.