National footprint, boutique culture.

Providing expert legal advice and representation to individuals and businesses across the country.

Our Firm

Australia’s premier legal practice

With a commitment to innovation and an unwavering focus on quality, we strive to deliver exceptional service and value to our clients. We have built a reputation for excellence in legal practice, offering tailored solutions and expertise across a wide range of areas.

About our firm

Tailored legal solutions


Our lawyers and their values set
McCabes apart.

We hold our values at the core of what we do: integrity, excellence and courage. We are a dynamic and ambitious company, set apart by the trust we build with our clients as we develop tailored strategic solutions for them. We always aim to provide a boutique service with the backing of a national firm.

Meet our Lawyers

Recent Insights

View all insights
CTP Insurance

Sliding Doors – did an accident cause fractured ribs or not?

On 8 December 2023, the Personal Injury Commission (PIC) published its decision in Ghaznawi v Allianz Australia Insurance Limited [2023] NSWPICMP 603.

Published by Peter Hunt
11 December, 2023

Fixed term contract restrictions take effect 6 December 2023

Restrictions in relation to fixed term contracts are set to come into effect today, 6 December 2023. The changes are found in Division 5 of Part 2-9 of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).

Published by Tim McDonald
6 December, 2023

McCabes Lawyers selects Intapp to strengthen client relationship management

McCabes Lawyers is excited to announce our collaboration with Intapp (NASDAQ: INTA), a global leader in cloud software for professional and financial services.

Published by McCabes News
6 December, 2023
CTP Insurance

Overtaking a slow-moving vehicle – are you wholly or mostly at fault? Hall v Insurance Australia Limited t/as NRMA Insurance [2023] NSWPIC 617

On 1 December 2023 the Personal Injury Commission (PIC) released its decision in Hall v Insurance Australia Limited t/as NRMA Insurance [2023] NSWPIC 617.

Published by Helen Huang
4 December, 2023

Baseless damages claim does not extend entitlement to weekly payments: QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited v Lay [2023] NSWSC 1433

In QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited v Lay [2023] NSWSC 1433, the matter before the Supreme Court was the insurer's application for judicial review of the Merit Reviewer's decision and the President's Delegate's decision regarding the claimant's enti

Published by Qiming Zhou
30 November, 2023

Cruising is not all smooth sailing: Langdon v Carnival PLC t/as P&O Cruises Australia

On 20 November 2023, the NSW Supreme Court delivered judgment in the matter of Langdon v Carnival PLC t/as P&O Cruises Australia [2023] NSWSC 1406.

Published by Nicole Oglesby
29 November, 2023
Litigation and Dispute Resolution

High Court to Rule on Reliance Damages in Case Against Council for Aircraft Hanger Built at Cessnock Airport

An upcoming High Court appeal could significantly change the way Courts assess claims for reliance damages in commercial litigation.

Published by Foez Dewan
28 November, 2023
CTP Insurance

Walking and talking (on the phone) – did the Claimant contribute to his injuries? Kouchekisheikhani v Allianz Australia Insurance Limited [2023] NSWPIC 597

On 24 November 2023 The Personal Injury Commission released its decision in Kouchekisheikhani v Allianz Australia Insurance Limited [2023] NSWPIC 597. The Claimant alleges he was standing behind a parked car and that the Insured vehicle ran over his

Published by Helen Huang
27 November, 2023

NSW Court of Appeal dismisses Bowling Club’s appeal against finding of negligence: Black Head Bowling Club Ltd v Harrower [2023] NSWCA 267

In its decision regarding Black Head Bowling Club Ltd v Harrower [2023] NSWCA 267, the New South Wales Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal by Black Head Bowling Club against a finding that it was negligent for failing to hire an engineer to verif

Published by Peter Miller
24 November, 2023

Better the Wrongs Act we knew: Victorian Court of Appeal confirms courts must accept multiple Medical Panel determinations

Through its recent decision in Citywide Service Solutions Pty Ltd v Rosata; Kabbout v Crown Melbourne Ltd [2023] VSCA 281, the Victorian Court of Appeal has restored what had been a tacit understanding in personal injury litigation.

Published by Richard Johnson
23 November, 2023

Upcoming Events

View all events

No upcoming events found.


Looking for a career in the legal industry?

McCabes is always looking for talented and driven individuals to join our firm. Explore career opportunities and discover why we are the employer of choice for lawyers and legal professionals.

Careers at McCabes