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Prosper Law offers legal counsel retainer services to Australian businesses. You can hire a legal counsel as a contractor on an hourly, weekly, or monthly retainer. There are no lock-in contracts and you have full control over the level of legal counsel services you would like to retain.

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Prosper Law’s approach is different from other legal contracting firms. Our legal counsel retainer services are provided solely by our Legal Principal, Farrah Motley. Farrah is an experienced senior legal counsel with 8 years of experience working as an in-house legal counsel for international businesses.

A legal counsel on retainer

Does your business need to retain flexible or temporary legal counsel to help your team?

We provide legal counsel retainer services to businesses and legal teams that need an extra pair of hands.

If your legal team is over-capacity, is experiencing a temporary influx of work, one of your team members is on leave or there is an employment gap, we can help.

Why choose Prosper Law to hire legal counsel?

Engaging an experienced legal counsel on retainer can save you time and money.

Our legal counsel

Legal Counsel

Prosper Law is managed, owned, and operated by its Legal Principal, Farrah.

Farrah has worked as in-house counsel for nearly 8 years for various companies in a variety of industries.

From Australian, family-owned businesses to large international consultancy firms and companies with a market capitalisation of over $18 billion.

Farrah has built a solid reputation for providing commercial, friendly, and accurate legal advice as an in-house legal counsel.

All legal counsel services are provided personally by Farrah, so you’re guaranteed to receive experienced, personal, quality legal services.

If you need legal counsel who can hit the ground running, you’ve come to the right place.

Farrah will do the hard yards to get to know your business and you can decide on the level of engagement and reporting.

Legal Counsel Experience

You can view Farrah’s LinkedIn page here.

Legal counsel experience

As an experienced legal counsel, Farrah’s expertise is problem-solving in a commercial environment. Farrah has worked with a number of Australian and international businesses providing legal counsel retainer services.

Contract reviews

I have significant experience drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide range of goods, services, transport, information technology, software, building and consultancy contracts, as well as confidentiality agreements and deeds.

Legal template development

Developing and updating legal templates is always on the menu for in-house legal functions. I can work with your business to ensure you have the best legal templates available for your legal team and the broader business.

Legal training and workshops

I have extensive experience training and presenting workshops to internal business stakeholders. Legal training workshops can be provided in the areas of contract law, employment law, marketing, and consumer law, ethics and personal branding.

Employment law advice and disputes

I can manage employment-related investigations, Fair Work claims, and advice on employment contracts and exit deeds.

Review of marketing materials

I can review and provide advice in relation to customer-facing marketing material and manage regulatory and consumer issues.

Litigation and disclosure

I understand that disclosure can take up valuable time for staff members and business stakeholders. I can do the hard work for you.

Legal counsel fees

Our fees for legal counsel retainer services are affordable and fixed.

Part-time legal counsel fees

Hourly: $250 + GST

Weekly: $2,500 + GST

Monthly: $10,000 + GST

Full-time legal counsel fees

Hourly: $250 + GST

Weekly: $5,000 + GST

Monthly: $20,000 + GST

Farrah Motley | Legal Principal

PROSPER LAW – Australia’s Online Law Firm

M: 0422 721 121

E: farrah@prosperlaw.com.au

W: www.prosperlaw.com.au

A: Suite No. 99, Level 54, 111 Eagle Street, Brisbane, Queensland Australia 4000

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