Welcome to Malley & Co Lawyers, Christchurch.
For over 120 years Malley & Co has provided a range of legal services to businesses and individuals in Canterbury.
Since 1897 we have been committed to delivering the highest quality advice with honesty and integrity.
Alf Malley, our founder, would not have wanted it any other way.
You are our focus
Our experienced, solutions-focused team will work hard to get you the best possible outcome, whatever your legal needs.
As your advocate, we apply specialist thinking and extensive experience, and at a fair price. We will work with you to help you resolve any particular legal matter you have. Building a close, long term relationship as your trusted legal adviser is important to us.
When you choose Malley & Co you get level-headed legal advice, underpinned by knowledge and experience. We listen, interpret your needs and safeguard your best interests.
We are specialists
The law can be complicated. Malley & Co can make your life simpler by offering you specialist advice whatever the situation.
We offer specialist legal services and industry-leading expertise in: Property Law, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Family Law, Trust Law, Private Client Law, Commercial and Business Law and Employment and Health and Safety Law.
Solicitor, Alfred (Alf) Malley, begins practising law from a small office on the corner of Manchester and Cashel Streets.
Alf’s son, Felix, joins the practice as Office Accountant and Manager.
Alf’s second son, Edmund, joins the practice as a Solicitor.
Alf Malley is honoured with a dinner hosted by the Canterbury District Law Society to celebrate 50 years in practice.
Partner, Bill Brown, is appointed as a District Court judge.
Malley & Co moves into offices in Cathedral Square.
Partner, Garry Mahon, is appointed as a District Court judge.
Partner, Brian Callaghan, is appointed as a District Court judge.
Malley & Co opens an office in Hornby.
Malley & Co celebrate 100 years in practice.
On 22nd February the Cathedral Square building is damaged beyond repair in the Christchurch earthquake. Malley & Co find alternative premises in the suburbs.
In August Malley & Co are one of the first law firms to move back into the city.
In June Malley & Co merge with Mackintosh Bradley & Price.