MPS Law is pleased to have been recently engaged on two new important projects


Adnyamanthanha Traditional Landowners Association (ATLA) has recently engaged MPS Law as its legal representatives. ATLA is the registered native title body corporate for native title land in and around the Flinders Ranges in South Australia’s mid-north. ATLA is currently in special administration. We are looking forward to helping the Adnyamanthanha People get ATLA back to an empowered and self-determining native title corporation. Our first steps are to work with ATLA’s special administrators and previous legal representative to review and transition files.

The Katherine Families native title claim (NTD46/2018) has also recently engaged MPS Law as its legal representatives. The Katherine Families Claim is the registered native title claim for the town of Katherine in the Northern Territory. The Katherine Families claim is overlapped by another native title claim. We are looking forward to assisting with the resolution of native title claims to promote the recognition and protection of native title rights. Our first steps are to work with the Katherine Families Claim’s previous lawyer to review and transition files, and, to ensure Court ordered processes are complied with.

The MPS Law Principal, Michael Pagsanjan, will be the primary contact for both matters.

We are thankful for the confidence expressed by new clients in engaging our services.

We think the law should be fair, clear and protect clients, and we are committed to our values to help our new clients get to where they want to go. To help achieve this, we have expanded our capacity by promoting an intern as an additional graduate lawyer (Jessica Black), and, employing a new legal intern (Matthew Del Corso). This will help to ensure all work – for existing and new clients – can continue to be of the highest standards and be completed as efficiently as possible.

For more information, please contact Michael Pagsanjan (