Taking meaningful action to advance reconciliation


Reconciliation Australia describes reconciliation as 'strengthening relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous peoples, for the benefit of all Australians.'

MinterEllison’s current Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan builds on the foundations established by delivering our initial Innovate RAP and the many years we have assisted First Nations communities primarily through our pro bono legal work. In the next phase of our reconciliation journey, we are increasingly turning our focus to the opportunity presented to all Australian businesses – growing the economic participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. All available evidence suggests that economic participation involves a series of inter-related factors including education, training, and mentoring - all of which can ultimately lead to employment opportunities and opportunities to establish and grow businesses.

At MinterEllison, we have the skills and the commitment of our people to help create an environment where greater economic participation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is becoming a reality.

Our Reconciliation Action Plan reflects the commitment of all our people, with the active commitment of our firm’s leaders, to closing the opportunity gap for First Nations people. Three themes core to our RAP:

We thank our First Nations friends, advisors and clients who have generously informed and guided MinterEllison’s reconciliation journey.

View our Reconciliation Action Plans


We’re delighted to share our Stretch RAP endorsed by Reconciliation Australia.