Cranston McEachern Lawyers is a firm with a long pedigree. It was established by Cranston Albury McEachern in 1928. Cranston conducted the practice until the outbreak of the Second World War.
A serving officer in the then militia, Cranston was sent to Singapore where he was captured with Australian forces in 1942 and became a prisoner of war serving on the Burma Railway. He was later promoted to brigadier.
Following his release, Cranston returned home to his family and immediately set about re-establishing the firm we know today as Cranston McEachern Lawyers.
Cranston's son David became managing partner of the firm in 1980 and continued in that position until recently.
Today, Cranston McEachern is a full-service legal practice based in Brisbane city's central business district.
David McEachern, Peter Deed and Bernie McGowan have practiced and managed the firm together since 1986. David has since retired but continues as a consultant.
Expertise, broad experience and depth of resources enable us to successfully meet the specific needs of our clients. We strive to provide quality legal services, direct access to professional staff, experience and quick response to clients' needs.
The quality of our service is dependant upon
years of experience