Last night HHG Legal Group celebrated its 100th anniversary and the year that was, with over 120 guests in the Urban Courtyard of the Cloisters Building in Hay Street, celebrating the firm's commitment to Western Australia.
The evening was not only a reflection of HHG's milestone but also a celebration of all things WA. Guests were treated to smooth sounds from a Western Australia Youth Jazz Orchestra trio, enjoyed scrumptious WA produce by Ultimo Catering, Singlefile wines from the Great Southern and beers from Albany's Wilson Brewing Company, and Fremantle's Little Creatures and Gage Roads were served throughout the night.
Formalities were opened by Jeff Claughton, the CEO of Fresh Start Recovery Programmes, a very worthy organisation that HHG has been supporting via its Giving Back program for many years. Jeff shared HHG's history and his personal connection to the firm with attendees.
The event formalities concluded following a heartfelt acknowledgement of the firm's clients, referrers and supporters across all HHG's operating regions by Director Murray Thornhill. He also confirmed his and HHG's Executive Chairman, Simon Creek's commitment to being the custodians of the Hudson, Henning and Goodman legacy; by continuing to build strong bonds with families and businesses across Western Australia.
Murray also shared the future direction of HHG Legal Group, solidifying the firm's commitment to servicing Western Australia for another 100 years with its traditional legal services model and sharing how HHG is exploring new ways of delivering value to clients, outside of these conventional methods. He also shared with guests that the venue for the celebration was of significance with the firm moving into Cloisters in March 2020 for the next HHG chapter.
We would like to thank all our clients and supporters who were able to attend the event and helped us celebrate. We are also thankful to those clients and supporters who were unable to attend the event but have helped us reach this milestone.