The Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research is pleased to announce a partnership with law firm Herbert Smith Freehills.
The Director of the Perkins, Professor Peter Leedman, welcomed the partnership that will see Herbert Smith Freehills undertake pro bono work for the Perkins.
“Support from both the corporate and community sectors is vital if we are to achieve our vision of delivering global improvements in human health”, said Professor Leedman.
“We are very appreciative of this generous contribution to the Perkins from Herbert Smith Freehills and we applaud their commitment to innovation in the health and medical research sector”.
Operating from over 20 offices across Asia Pacific, EMEA and North America, Herbert Smith Freehills is at the heart of the new global business landscape providing premium quality, full-service legal advice. In Perth, Herbert Smith Freehills provides legal and strategic advice to government and many of the state’s leading businesses in the mining, oil & gas, infrastructure and real estate sectors. The firm advises on some of the largest and most complex transactions, projects and legal issues for West Australian, Australian and international companies. In response to the expanding needs of its clients and the specific requirements existing in the Perth market, Herbert Smith Freehills’ legal team has grown in breadth and depth, with 24 partners and more than 100 legal staff focused on the local market.