Ministry of Sport

Panthers Partner With Turner Freeman Lawyers

Turner Freeman Lawyers is set to become the Penrith Panthers official legal partner for the next two NRL Premiership seasons.

The deal will see the Turner Freeman Lawyers logo displayed on the Panthers playing shorts until at least the end of 2021.

Panthers chairman, Dave O’Neill, said it is exciting to partner with an organisation that shares similar values.

“To have an industry leader like Turner Freeman Lawyers join the Panthers family is a significant endorsement of our club and the journey we’re on,” O’Neill said.

“Our organisations share similar values as the commitment they have to their clients mirrors our unwavering dedication to our members.

“We look forward to working together to ensure Panthers members enjoy efficient access to quality and cost-effective legal services,” he said.

Turner Freeman Lawyers partner, Richard Dababneh, said the law firm is proud of its commitment to the Western Sydney communities and this deal serves as a further extension of that.

“Turner Freeman Lawyers was one of the first specialist compensation law firms in Western Sydney,” Dababneh said.

“We have a deep understanding of the people of this community and the issues that they face.

“Our determination and focus on achieving results for our clients is what drives us and sets us apart.

“This partnership with Panthers is an opportunity for us to support the community which has long entrusted us with their personal legal matters,” he said.

After a middle of the pack finish for the Panthers in the 2019 NRL Premiership season (finishing 10th), the Panthers will be hoping this deal will help them turn their performance on the pitch to success in the 2020 and 2021 NRL seasons.

Joshua Hodson

Joshua Hodson