Melbourne Victory sign partnership extension with NJ Lawyers

Following the extension, the branding of NJ Lawyers will be featured on Melbourne Victory women team's shorts for the upcoming season.

The A-League Women side, Melbourne Victory have announced a partnership extension with the Australian law firm, Nicholas James Lawyers, also known as NJ Lawyers.

Following the extension, the branding of the firm will be featured on the women team’s shorts for the upcoming season. The legal company will also return as a premium partner. 

Caroline Carnegie, Managing Director, Melbourne Victory, said, “We’re thrilled to have NJ Lawyers back for their fourth season as a Premier Partner, extending our partnership to the A-League Women’s squad. NJ Lawyers have been committed to the growth and progress of Victorian football through their support of football clubs from grassroots to the A-League and we’re proud to have them continue our partnership.”

Nick Terziovski,  Director, NJ Lawyers, said, “We are proud and honoured to continue our partnership with such a long-standing A-League Club such as Melbourne Victory and we look forward to many successes, on and off the pitch. Our firm is driven by partnerships and lasting relationships with individuals and organisations within our community that share the same values. Our aim has continued to be focused around supporting and guiding those within our community while building quality relationships along the way”.

He also added, “We are even more excited to be supporting a very important movement within our society as of late which is near and dear to our hearts, and that is the success of women in business and sport, and what better way to showcase that support than extending our partnership commitment to the incredible Melbourne Victory Women’s squad. We are very much looking forward to a bigger and better 2023/24 season.”

In August 2014, Director Nick Terziovski created Nicholas James Lawyers with the goal of becoming a premier law company. It is a reputable, integrated company whose main goals are to provide its customers with high-calibre service and profitable results. 

The Melbourne-based football club is currently ranked eighth on the points table. The club will face Western United in its next clash on Sunday, October 22.

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