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laptops provided to pacific legal network (pln) affiliates in the pacific

07 April 2022 Communications and Digital Marketing Executive Erin MacKinnon e: erin.mackinnon@mk.com.au d: 07 3235 0471 m: 0411 259 340
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Covid-19 and work from home arrangements have highlighted the importance of businesses having access to the right tech to ensure connectivity during times of isolation. For our friends and colleagues in the Pacific, staying connected and keeping up with business demands has been tougher than ever due to climate disasters affecting the region and changes to travel and working arrangements due to the pandemic.

Macpherson Kelley has provided our Pacific Island affiliates in Fiji, Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea with laptops to ensure the growing teams in those offices are able to operate in an effective and efficient matter during these disruptive times. The firm understands the importance of accessibility when it comes to up-to-date tech and is happy to support affiliates who have endured a difficult few years.

“Access to technology can affect everything from your business as usual to your complex service delivery. If we can do something to help our connections in the Pacific work to their full potential, then it’s a no-brainer from an IT standpoint. These relationships are meaningful to us, and we are committed to helping businesses thrive,” Macpherson Kelley CIO, Andrew Mitchell said.

Macpherson Kelley’s connection to the Pacific Islands can be seen through not only the valuable legal work of the firm’s practice group Pacific Legal Network, but also in the group’s commitment to supporting the community at large. In addition to providing equipment to affiliates, Macpherson Kelley and PLN also sent laptops to year 12 and 11 students to support their educational endeavours.

“Our teams in the Pacific offices are part of our regional legal community, and we understand the important role communities play in each of the Pacific Islands. We want to do what we can to reduce that awful sense of isolation and bring our legal teams together as best and as often as we can. It helps our lawyers, and it helps our clients,” Macpherson Kelley Principal Lawyer, Founder and Head of Legal Services for Pacific Legal Network, John Ridgway said.

“The future of the Pacific lies in the hands of these amazing, bright, young people, so we want to make sure they have access to the tech they need to build their future.  We are lucky to have them as part of our network and we owe it to them.”

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laptops provided to pacific legal network (pln) affiliates in the pacific

07 April 2022 Erin MacKinnon e: erin.mackinnon@mk.com.au d: 07 3235 0471 m: 0411 259 340

Covid-19 and work from home arrangements have highlighted the importance of businesses having access to the right tech to ensure connectivity during times of isolation. For our friends and colleagues in the Pacific, staying connected and keeping up with business demands has been tougher than ever due to climate disasters affecting the region and changes to travel and working arrangements due to the pandemic.

Macpherson Kelley has provided our Pacific Island affiliates in Fiji, Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea with laptops to ensure the growing teams in those offices are able to operate in an effective and efficient matter during these disruptive times. The firm understands the importance of accessibility when it comes to up-to-date tech and is happy to support affiliates who have endured a difficult few years.

“Access to technology can affect everything from your business as usual to your complex service delivery. If we can do something to help our connections in the Pacific work to their full potential, then it’s a no-brainer from an IT standpoint. These relationships are meaningful to us, and we are committed to helping businesses thrive,” Macpherson Kelley CIO, Andrew Mitchell said.

Macpherson Kelley’s connection to the Pacific Islands can be seen through not only the valuable legal work of the firm’s practice group Pacific Legal Network, but also in the group’s commitment to supporting the community at large. In addition to providing equipment to affiliates, Macpherson Kelley and PLN also sent laptops to year 12 and 11 students to support their educational endeavours.

“Our teams in the Pacific offices are part of our regional legal community, and we understand the important role communities play in each of the Pacific Islands. We want to do what we can to reduce that awful sense of isolation and bring our legal teams together as best and as often as we can. It helps our lawyers, and it helps our clients,” Macpherson Kelley Principal Lawyer, Founder and Head of Legal Services for Pacific Legal Network, John Ridgway said.

“The future of the Pacific lies in the hands of these amazing, bright, young people, so we want to make sure they have access to the tech they need to build their future.  We are lucky to have them as part of our network and we owe it to them.”