Commercial and Corporate

KCL Law's commercial and corporate lawyers provide strategic, commercially focused advice to clients from a diverse range of industries.

Welcome to KCL Law

KCL Law is a medium-size, Melbourne law firm offering a full range of legal services across the following key practice areas:

While partnering with clients from all sectors, we have a number of industry focused groups — including Entertainment, Franchise, Insurance, Retail and Transport and Logistics — and a special US Practice

Since 1981, we have delivered our clients — including SMEs, family businesses and high-net-worth individuals — superior value through the diversity, expertise and direct involvement of Principal Lawyers, who continue to provide highly strategic advice and representation.

Latest News


Property update: Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme extension

The Victorian Government announced it will extend the Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme by two months to 15 March 2022. The CTRS was due to end on 15 January 2022.



Media release: KCL Law advises Crema Constructions on The Eighth, 164-184 Roden Street and The Marker

KCL Law’s Construction and Infrastructure team recently advised Crema Constructions in relation to three significant developments, namely the The Eighth in Palmerston Crescent in South Melbourne, 164-184 Roden Street in West Melbourne and The Marker in West Melbourne.



Media release: KCL Law advises Camillo Builders on United Co – Offices, Highpark Seasons and MVRC Stages A and B

In 2021, KCL Law’s Construction and Infrastructure team advised Camillo Builders on three significant projects, namely United Co – Offices, 425 Smith Street in Fitzroy, Highpark Seasons in Glen Iris and MVRC Stage A (SP2) and Stage B in Moonee Ponds.


It's business as usual at KCL Law

In line with the current Victorian Government guidelines, KCL Law has resumed face-to-face client meetings. Importantly, all visitors to the office who are aged 12 years and 2 months and older must be fully vaccinated or have a medical exemption. On arrival, visitors are required to check-in via the Service Victoria QR Code, present evidence of their vaccination status or medical exemption to reception and wear a face mask. If preferred, meetings can be conducted via telephone, teleconference or video conferencing.

KCL Law takes this opportunity to thank you for your patience and understanding.