ABOUT IPPOLITO LAWYERS
Paul Ippolito created the boutique law firm of Ippolito Lawyers in 2008.
From its inception Ippolito Lawyers has prided itself in being known as a specialist boutique firm.
It does so in relation to their commercial law and business needs.
We recognise the need for a solid and trusted legal advisor relationship as a core part of our service.
This extends to ensuring that returning phone calls and responding to emails occurs promptly.
Underpinning this is a strong view that legal work should be performed by legally qualified persons and not by administrative staff and vice versa.
About Ippolito Lawyers
Paul Ippolito is an experienced commercial lawyer, long standing academic, a registered Migration Agent as well as a Notary Public.
His ability to advise on property and commercial law issues means he is able to be a one stop legal shop for business.
He can assist with matters ranging from advising on business legal structures, setting up shareholder agreements, registering trade marks, terms and conditions, protecting confidentiality of ideas, commercial contracts, employment and contractor issues, sale and purchase of business agreements and franchises right through to resolving disputes.
Paul has extensive experience in assisting those in the creative sector including the arts, media and entertainment fields.
He is one of few lawyers in Australia that specifically deals with the modelling industry, advising and acting for both models and modelling agencies.
Paul’s clients say he is approachable and upfront and honest and straight down the line.
They also say that he delivers whatever he says he will.
Paul Ippolito also has a strong interest in the area of technology and the law and business innovation.
He is also familiar with the emergent and developing areas of blockchain, bitcoin, cryptocurrencies and artificial intelligence.
Being an advocate of lifelong learning, Paul enjoys personal development and giving back to the legal profession and has done so by;
– lecturing graduate lawyers for over a decade in post-graduate law at The College Of Law in NSW.
– previously being a mentor and coach in the NAVA (National Visual Arts Association) Synergy program for emerging and established artists.
– previously teaching at the School of Business at the University of Western Sydney
– previously sitting on the Property Law committee of the Law Society of NSW.
– studying Contract law at Harvard University through its Edx program
– being a Volunteer Lawyer on the Arts Law Centre of Australia’s Document Review Panel
– a mentor in the Law Society Of NSW’s Mentoring Program For Women Lawyers
– studying Intellectual Property at the University of Pennsylvania through its Edx program.
– undertaking a plethora of short courses on Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies to acquaint himself in this developing field.