Practical Law for law firms

From delegating to a graduate to ensuring all lawyers can get up to speed quickly on specialist or unfamiliar areas of law, Practical Law can help your firm achieve operational efficiency and stand out from its competitors.

Practical Law's how-to guides and resources equip you and your team with the practical tools, know-how and insight you need to perform at your peak.

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Our quality starts with our people.

Practical Law Australia's legal writers have practical legal expertise gained from some of Australia's leading law firms. Now their job is to provide practical legal guidance and know-how to you and your team – so that you have more time to focus on offering greater value to your clients.

Tim Perry

Tim Perry has more than 12 years' experience practising at leading law firms in Australia, including Gilbert + Tobin and DLA Piper. Tim's expertise includes advising on public and private mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, joint ventures, restructures, capital raisings, privatisations and other government transactions, corporate governance, directors' duties and commercial contracts.

Ian Wylie

Ian Wylie practised as a partner in Norton Rose Fulbright followed by Ashurst for 16 years, then as a barrister at the New South Wales Bar for 11 years. He has experience in a range of industry sectors advising on dispute resolution management and strategy, and appearing in regulatory investigations and competition and consumer protection, intellectual property and other commercial litigation.

Hanna Soderlindh

Hanna Soderlindh has more than 10 years' experience in corporate law, having practised at leading Australian law firms, including Ashurst and Jones Day. She specialises in mergers and acquisitions and a broad range of corporate advisory matters. Hanna also holds a Swedish Master of Laws Degree from Stockholm University.

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Whenever parties enter into an agreement for the sale and purchase of shares in a proprietary or unlisted company, whether for a minority holding or for the company's entire issued share capital, completion of the transaction will involve a transfer of the relevant shares.

This toolkit provides a collection of practical know-how resources that explain the share transfer process and help lawyers to ensure that they fulfil the relevant legal and process requirements, including:


  • Practice note: Transfer of shares
  • Checklist: Approving and registering a transfer of shares
  • Standard document: Board minutes: transfer of shares

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