K&L Gates practices law on an integrated basis and indeed has the largest integrated network of offices of any global law firm.
Our delivery of legal services is supported at both the individual office level and through nine firm wide practice areas: Corporate and Transactional; Energy, Infrastructure and Resources; Finance; Financial Services; Intellectual Property; Labor, Employment and Workplace Safety; Litigation and Dispute Resolution; Real Estate; and Regulatory and Policy.
This service, previously known as Kaiyu Enterprises, provides mental health services in Newcastle. Kaiyu Samaritans Programs develop opportunities and support within the Hunter Valley (Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and surrounding areas) to assist people with a mental illness/psychiatric disability to have satisfying and valued lives as full members of the community.
Kedesh Rehabilitation Services (KRS) is a non-government, non-profit, charitable community based organisation. KRS exists to facilitate positive growth through the empowerment of people affected by co-occurring substance use and mental illness.
Our programs are designed to address the psychological aspects of addiction and are based on the principles of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). Treatment involves individual counselling, case management, psycho-educational and therapeutic groups and activities.
KRS provides treatment services in Sydney and the Illawarra.
King & Wood Mallesons is a new breed of law firm combining local depth with a global platform. Offering a different perspective to commercial thinking and the client experience, 2,700 lawyers across more than 30 international offices are working with clients every day to understand local challenges and navigate through regional complexity. With access to a global platform, we are providing commercial solutions and transforming the way legal services are delivered.
Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation, (previously known as Camp Kookaburra) was founded in 2002 by Dianne Madden who through personal experience identified the lack of support for children living in a family affected by mental illness.
All children who are affected by parents or other family members with a mental illness deserve to be supported, valued and provided the opportunity to strive toward their potential.
Our purpose is to provide intervention and education in a fun way through camp and activity programs. To facilitate unforgettable experiences for children giving them a break from their caring role and a safe environment to share their experiences with children living in similar situations. To deliver life changing outcomes that positively affect the lives of kids in Australia.