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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have received a major boost heading into week two of the NRL Finals Series with Brydens Lawyers signing on as the official Membership partner.

Brydens are one of the largest litigation firms in Australia and their Principal Lee Hagipantelis, who himself attended Belmore South Primary School, says he sees it as a natural partnership.

“We see this as an obvious merger of two great institutions. This is an incredible opportunity for us, the Bulldogs have a long and proud history and as lawyers for the everyday man and woman this is a natural alignment for us.”

Bulldogs Chief Executive Raelene Castle says it is a significant partnership in more ways than one.

“We’re fiercely proud of representing the Canterbury-Bankstown district and we’re pleased to see people from our area who have gone on to establish successful businesses, like Brydens Lawyers, wanting to forge a partnership with the Club.

“They understand implicitly the Bulldogs ability to connect with our community and we’re excited about showcasing Brydens and working with them to deliver some great benefits for our Members.”

Brydens Lawyers have been serving Sydney for over 40 years and in that time have developed a reputation for providing expert legal advice and representation, at an affordable price, in all areas of law including motor accident and workers compensation claims, family and estate law, conveyancing and commercial matters.

To mark the partnership of Brydens Lawyers with the Bulldogs Brydens Lawyers are offering all Bulldogs members a 10% discount on conveyancing fees for the purchase or sale of residential property as well as a 50% reduction on the fee for all standard wills.

Brydens Lawyers will also host their first ‘Free Legal Day’ on Wednesday, 23 September from 2-6pm at Canterbury League Club.  Bookings can be made by calling Brydens on 1800 848 848 or emailing<