Cancer impacts so many of us in our community and it is a cause close to our team’s heart.Read More →
Purcell Taylor Lawyers is a proud supporter of Townsville Community Law.
Townsville Community Law’s mission is to reduce inequality through positive legal and social change. They do this by providing greater access to justice through their services.
Purcell Taylor Lawyers supports their mission through pro bono work including free legal advice clinics.
Director Melody Cornish is a Townsville Community Law Life Member.Read More →
Being active members of our community is important to us.
Led by our Directors Andrew Peel and Melody Cornish our team supports local events, other Townsville businesses and non-profit organisations.Read More →
As a community-minded firm it’s important to us to give back to our community.
Junior sport brings the community together and gives our young people fitness, friendship and resilience benefits.
Purcell Taylor Lawyers is a proud supporter of junior sport through sponsorship of Brothers Junior Rugby Union.
Our team of local lawyers are active and out in the community with their families through a number of clubs in a variety of sports across the region, including Brothers Junior Rugby League.Read More →
Purcell Taylor Lawyers proudly supports the annual Beachathon event held by St Joseph’s Catholic School The Strand.
Beachathon raises money for the St Vincent de Paul Society. to support those in need in the community.
Our team supports the cause through involvement in the Beachathon luncheon and Strand walk.Read More →
Mountathon is the annual fundraiser held by Marian Catholic School. The entire school community runs/walks up Mt Stuart to raise funds for their school.
The fundraiser has helped them achieve a new tuckshop, digital signage and other improvements to positively impact the school community.
Our firm is a proud supporter of the Mountathon fundraiser every year.
Purcell Taylor Lawyers Director Andrew Peel tackled the mountain climb with his son this year. Well done to students, teachers and the entire school community!Read More →