Infrastructure (including ports, rail, roads, airports)
Hunt & Humphry has advised on a wide range of transactions in the transport infrastructure sector either as standalone projects or ancillary to resource or other developmentsmore+
Hunt & Humphry is a recognised market leader in native title and Aboriginal heritage matters. We act for major corporates and pastoralists and have represented clients in relation to some of the most significant agreements and disputes in this sectormore+
Members of the Hunt & Humphry team have particular expertise in the renewable energy sector, having advised on solar, wind, hydro, biomass and geothermal projects.more+
Hunt & Humphry’s core sector focus remains in mining and natural resources. The firm is rated in energy resources and infrastructure by Doyle’s Legal Guide and partners Michael Hunt and Tim Kavenagh are both individually rated.more+
Power and Energy
Power related projects form an important part of the Hunt & Humphry practice. Members of the Hunt & Humphry team have advised on small and large power developments from greenfield gas, diesel and coal projects to large renewable projects.more+
In February 1996 Michael Hunt left Blake Dawson Waldron (now Ashurst) and joined Chris Humphry (formerly Mallesons Stephen Jaques, now King & Wood Mallesons) to establish Hunt & Humphry Project Lawyers. This year the firm celebrates its 20th anniversary.
We are very proud to have assisted our clients in the development of numerous projects over the past 20 years; including in the resources, energy, infrastructure and agricultural sectors.
We are rated in all leading legal guides, noted as a “boutique that has distinguished itself” (Chambers Global 2012). Recently rated as a Top 20 law firm in Australia for Energy and Natural Resources and Top 10 in Native Title. We are the only niche firm ranked “Premier” (the top classification) in both resources and native title and we are one of very few non-national firms in Australia receiving that ranking in any category. more+
We are recognised for our expertise in port infrastructure. We represent the Pilbara Ports Authority which (amongst other Pilbara Ports) operates Port Hedland Port, the largest bulk export tonnage port in the world more+
Africa and Emerging Markets
Africa and emerging markets is a key focus for Hunt & Humphry. Members in the team are rated internationally for their project experience in these markets. We provide services across all our practices (including project finance) and sectors and offer a one-stop solution for setting up and doing business in Africa and other emerging markets. more+
We advise across a wide range of sectors including mining and petroleum, ports, native title and Aboriginal heritage, property, environment, land development, construction, State agreements, energy/renewable energy, landside infrastructure and agriculture. more+