B.Ec., LL.B.(HONS.), LL.M.
Malcolm Morris graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Economics in 1991, an Honours Degree of Bachelor of Laws in 1993, and was admitted to practise as a Barrister & Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Victoria in 1994. Malcolm also obtained his Master of Laws Degree in 1996.
Malcolm joined Alan Rotman & Associates in 1993 and became a partner in 1996 when Rotman & Morris was formed.
Alan and Malcolm enjoyed a 15 year harmonious and mutually satisfying partnership, after which time Alan semi-retired.
Since 2011 Malcolm has employed a number of solicitors in a variety of areas ranging from estate planning, commercial lease work, property law and general legal practice.
Malcolm has expertise in Property Law, Wills and Probate, Litigation & Debt Recovery. In fact, Malcolm now oversees and practices in most areas of general practice, and he works closely with each of the staff to ensure client satisfaction.
Recognising the need for an affordable and approachable law firm on the Mornington Peninsula, Malcolm opened the Dromana office in 2014 which has been well received. As well as the solicitor and senior conveyancer who is based there, Malcolm regularly attends the office during the week and often on weekends. He also sees clients in the Caulfield North office.
The firm of Rotman & Morris also looks after the legal work undertaken by the Business Commercial Property Leases. Malcolm identified that estate agents and landlords who prepared their own commercial documents often made errors, and solicitors who prepared the same documents often took longer than required to prepare them and usually with a huge account that followed.
Commercial Property Leases prepares documents within usually 48 hours and at a fixed fee.
When he has time Malcolm enjoys getting out for a walk or going to the gym. He also loves being near the water. Malcolm is married with six children and especially enjoys spending time with his family. Malcolm is also an active member of the Brighton Hebrew Congregation.