Hancock Alldis. Those early days were the start of a Law practice that has served the community to this day.
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1901 - Commonwealth of Australia Established
1907 - Ted Hancock born in Coburg Victoria.
1912 - MacMahon St Fire Station Opened
1915 - ANZACS land at Gallipoli
1918 - Hurstville Junior Technical College opens
1921 - Ted Hancock dux of Canterbury Intermediate High School aged 14.5 years.
1927 - Ted graduates from the Faculty of Law, University of Sydney and becomes the youngest Bachelor of Law at 20 years old
1926 - Hurstville rail line electrified
1929 - Ted Hancock opens Hurstville office
1935 - Mascot declared an International Airport
1942 - Ted Hancock in Cairo
1945 - End of World War 2
1960 - Australian Population passes 10 million
1961 - First American astronaut circles the earth
1965 - Ted Hancock President of Hurstville Rotary Club
1965 - Ken Hancock becomes partner
1969 - Man walks on the moon
1973 - Ollie Alldis retires
1975 - PM Gough Whitlam sacked
1978 - Ted Hancock celebrates 50th Anniversary in Law
1988 - Australias Bicentenial
1989 - Berlin Wall destroyed
1991 - Australia goes to the Gulf War
1993 - Hancock Alldis moves to Victory House
1999 - Chris Frazis becomes partner
2004 - Jim Roskov becomes partner
2004 - Hancock Alldis name changed to ‘Hancock Alldis & Roskov'
2004 - Richard Kitching joins the firm as a Consultant
2005 - Robert Trudgeon Solicitor merges with Hancock Alldis & Roskov
2010 - Aleah Bluhdorn joins the firm
2011 - Ken Hancock retires from the partnership and becomes a Consultant
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