Warlows Legal is an innovative law firm established in March 2021 with a growing team of expert lawyers based in Melbourne, Victoria and in Israel.
We specialise in commercial litigation, construction law (both commercial and litigation), board governance and charity law, corporate and commercial law, employment, property and intellectual property for all businesses, with a special focus on start-ups.
Warlows Legal embraces technology and artificial intelligence in developing our legal work, and we encourage diversity of thinking and innovation in our practitioners. We believe that talented lawyers create brilliant results for clients.
Warlows Legal is committed to legal excellence, balanced with access to justice for all. Whilst achieving fantastic commercial results for clients, the firm aims to assist the community via its soon to be established pro bono legal clinic. It is a proud member of the ‘1% pledge’ (see here for more information).
Welcome to Warlows Legal
The Red Door is a symbol of who we are and what we want to achieve. It symbolises:
Action – We are here to assist proactively to get you the result you want.
Protection – We are here to help you transition into a successful outcome.
Feeling Safe – We want to help you thrive in a high culture that is deeply centred on learning and growth, implementation of ideas, business opportunities and accountability for our outcomes.
With a track record of legal excellence and innovation in cases including Native Title, Charity Law, Start-Ups and Construction Litigation for over twenty years, Harriet Warlow-Shill is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria, where she sits on the Building and Construction Working Group and the Human Rights Committee. Harriet was determined to establish a firm with a strong ethical and innovative focus, a commitment to legal excellence, and one which gives back to the community it serves.
“What motivates me is getting the highest quality outcome for people. In my family it was always considered an honour to be a lawyer, as much an art as a commercial endeavour, and a privilege to hold that position of knowledge in the community.”
At Warlows, clients are treated to a problem-solving approach, fixed-fee structures and open communication. The firm is committed to access to the law, solving the problem of homelessness, and recognising and supporting Indigenous culture.