Our founding partners, Clive and Campbell Young, were committed from the outset to the principle of access to justice for all. Young & Young has been serving the legal needs of communities in the South West of Western Australia since 1957.
Clive and Campbell Young were admitted to practice in England, before migrating to Western Australia. After a short period working in Perth, both decided that they wanted to live in the South West, with Clive setting up practice in Manjimup and Campbell in Bridgetown. They founded Young & Young in 1957 and opened their office in Bunbury in 1964. Both Clive and Campbell continued practicing into their 80s and in 2017 Clive was recognised by the Law Society for 60 years of continuous legal practice in WA. Young & Young continues to be owned and run by the Young family.
Clive and Campbell always held a strong belief in the principle of access to justice for all. Before the establishment of the Aboriginal Legal Service, Young & Young provided free legal advice each week to indigenous clients, as well as free court representation. The firm was also instrumental in setting up the Bunbury Community Legal Centre and over the decades has provided pro bono advice to many local organisations, including schools. Young & Young continues to undertake legal aid and pro bono work. United by a belief in equal access to justice for all, the team at Young & Young strive together as a family to deliver high quality, practical, cost effective service to regional clients.
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At Young & Young we know that finding the right lawyer to represent you is a choice not to be taken lightly. That’s why we offer free 20 minute consultations on request in family law, estates and disputed estates, and personal injury matters (such as motor vehicle accidents and workers compensation claims).