Welcome to NolanLegal. We provide legal services on a project basis to Australian Businesses and investors in Australian business.
NolanLegal is Cathryn Nolan – a commercial lawyer with more than 30 years experience in mergers and acquisitions (both private equity and public offerings), technology offerings (including software, hardware (OEM), financial platforms and biotech) and a full range of commercial transactions both in Australia and internationally.
Over her career Cathryn’s roles have included time as a partner in law firms, running her own business, spending time as an investment banker and then as General Counsel, Company Secretary and an Executive Director of an ASX Listed technology company delivering solutions to the Financial Services industry.
Cathryn is a co-founder one of the most exciting new technology platforms for investment in property and held board positions both commercially and in not for profits. In addition she teaches commercial law and business subjects into MBA and Juris Doctor programs as an adjunct to a number of Australian Universities and regularly provides coaching and training services.
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Thank you! We were delighted! You made the process of getting our shareholders agreement in place something close to fun. I’m convinced that my co-founders have really benefited from the time we spent with you
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We acknowledge and respect the traditional owners of the places on which we do business, primarily the Wurrundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We honour their unique ability to care for Country and deep spiritual connection to it. We honour Elders past present and emerging, who’s knowledge and wisdom has ensured the continuation of culture and traditional practices.
We are committed to genuinely partnering and meaningfully engaging with the Traditional Owners and Aboriginal communities in all places where we do business to support protection of Country, the maintenance of spiritual and cultural practices and to closing the gap. We acknowledge that Aboriginal Australians have never ceded sovereignty, and that we live, work and play on land that is, always was and always will be Aboriginal Land.