About Us

Law firm based in Brisbane, Australia

AA International Law (AAI) is an Australian law firm and multidisciplinary consulting office based in Brisbane, Australia.

Our firm specializes in helping Australian companies to plan, establish, manage, and expand operations in international markets.  AAI has solid expertise in international tax, finance, and accounting – all essential parts of the conversation when discussing international operations.

Our firm has a special focus on the Japan market, where we have many years of experience assisting clients. AAI can act as a trusted advisor in all aspects of our clients’ international activities.

Our Approach

AAI’s origin is the Big 4 consulting firms (Ernst & Young, PwC). This is reflected in our approach of providing integrated services.

AAI provides both traditional legal services and value-added consulting services.

Our Vision

Australian companies exist in the context of an increasingly complex global environment.

But the impetus to operate globally has never been stronger since the small size of the Australian market limits both the ability to achieve economies of scale and the potential to maximize profits.

Deep International Expertise

Our team has decades of experience in markets as diverse as the Middle East, USA, Singapore, and Japan.

Multidisciplinary Approach

AAI recognizes the importance of a multidisciplinary approach when approaching global markets.

Unique Japan Expertise

AAI’s consultants have unique expertise serving clients in the Japan market.

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Dean Page - Managing Lawyer

Dean Page is the Managing Lawyer at AA International Law (“AAI”). He was previously a partner at Ernst & Young (“E&Y”) in Tokyo. His other experience includes time at PwC and the Canberra office of AUSTRADE.

Dean also spent several years working in Dubai and in San Francisco. He is qualified as a lawyer (Australia & USA (California)) and also as a CPA (Australia & USA (California)).


We solve client problems in international markets