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About Our Founder Nick Xenophon

About Our Founder Nick Xenophon

Nick Xenophon & Co. Lawyers established in 1984

Nick Xenophon started practicing as a lawyer at the end of 1982, after graduating with a law degree from Adelaide University. In 1984, he established and became principal of his own law firm, Xenophon & Co. Lawyers. His primary focus was on assisting South Australian’s with personal injuries as a result of motor vehicle accidents, in the workplace, in public places and for medical negligence. Nick served as president of the South Australian branch of the Australian Plaintiff Lawyers’ Association from 1994 to 1997. In 1997 Nick retired from practicing law and was elected to the Upper House of the South Australian parliament as an independent. In 2007 he was elected to the Australian Senate and currently holds this position.

“Everyone is Entitled to Fair Justice”

While today Nick is no longer actively involved in the firm on a day to day basis as he now devotes himself full time as an Independent Senator for South Australia, his unwavering values of battling for a fair and equitable outcome are firmly entrenched in the firm and all the staff at Nick Xenophon and Co. Lawyers.

The firm’s original values that “everyone is entitled to fair justice” is the guiding light in the way we continue to do business today.

Nick is very proud of the team of lawyers that work in the firm who work incredibly hard to protect people’s rights and ensure they get best possible advice, representation and the result they deserve.

Nick Xenophon as a Member of Parliament

From 1997, as a member o the Legislative Council in South Australian parliament, Nick has campaigned at a state level for a whole range of issues including Gambling reform, Consumer Law advocacy, Asbestos Law reform, the victims of crime and a whole range of other issues.

In November 2007 Nick resigned from state parliament to run for the Federal Senate, because he felt he could do more for South Australia. Nick was re-elected to the Senate in September 2013 with a record result of almost 25% of South Australians supporting him. In Federal Parliament Nick has fought on a whole range of issues, as well as Pokies reform, the River Murray, SA getting a fair deal on health, Consumer law, Cyber-bullying, to name but a few. If you want to contact Nick about any political matters, and need his help in relation to his role as Independent Senator for SA, you can go to his website or call his office on (08) 8232 1144.