Ten years ago, in August 2011, Mike Rann was Premier of South Australia. Julia Gillard was our Prime Minister and Quentin Bryce was the Governor-General. The Syrian conflict dominated news reports and Obama was in charge of the United States. Over in the UK, David Cameron was probably just starting to think that a Brexit referendum would be a really super dooper idea.
But closer to home, something more important was happening. Well, for me, at least.
I opened the doors of Bradbrook Lawyers for the first time. I was determined to practice workplace law with a client focus, and took a massive leap to set up on my own. It wasn’t quite a wing and a prayer, but it sure felt like it.
I’ve seen plenty of legal developments during the past decade and found many creative ways to implement solutions. But the thing that hasn’t changed is my commitment to delivering first-class services.
I’m lucky to have worked with so many brilliant clients, and I’m looking forward to celebrating this milestone when current restrictions have eased.
Thanks for the good times. Here’s to the next ten. Bottoms up and chug-a-lug. I wouldn’t change a thing.