Our Community

Bradley Allen Love is committed to the ongoing prosperity of our community. We understand that every contribution has the potential to make a difference, and while we have corporate objectives, we believe we have an ongoing social responsibility too.

The firm is a keen contributor to the Canberra community in a number of ways including the provision of pro-bono legal assistance, undertaking volunteer legal work, sponsorship arrangements, donations, fundraising and developing young professionals.

Our Community Partners

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Our innovative partnerships with Communities@WorkNational Breast Cancer Foundation and Global School Partners are key examples of the firm’s ability to build meaningful, effective partnerships, and how our continued support can make a positive impact on the lives of others.

We are very proud of our community partnership with Menslink, who have been supporting young men in the Canberra region for over fifteen years through our free counselling, volunteer mentoring and education programs.

Several of our lawyers are actively involved in the Property Council, Master Builders Association, ACT Law Society and Law Council of Australia committees, as well as other professional associations such as the Women Lawyers Association of the ACT. The firm’s Directors and lawyers also sit on not-for profit boards and community associations including Diabetes ACT, Red Nose (formerly SIDS and Kids ACT), DUO Services Australia and ACT Government Boards.

Two projects we are passionate about are the boundless all-abilities playground, and supporting Global School Partners.

We supported Boundless Canberra, a project that funded the building of an all-abilities playground to celebrate the national capital’s centenary. Located on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, the playground provides a space for all children to play and enjoy Canberra.

In 2016, we supported Global School Partners with fundraising initiatives to sponsor a 10,000 litre water tank to improve the lives of children in developing nations (pictured below).

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In 2017, we partnered with Communities@Work, and held fundraising initiatives to restock their community pantry, and to support the work that they do in the community.

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If you would like to discuss a partnership or fundraising opportunity, please contact us.