Australia's top legal employers revealed

Australia's top legal employers have been revealed in Australasian Lawyer's second annual Employer of Choice ranking

Australia's top legal employers revealed

Australasian Lawyer is putting the spotlight on 25 legal employers who are making their best effort in uplifting their employees’ experience, amidst fierce competition to retain and onboard strong talent.

Law firms across Australia were invited to submit nominations and asked to provide information around employee engagement and retention metrics in addition to key initiatives and achievements in a range of areas from diversity and inclusion to training and development.

The 2020 Employer of Choice winners are as follows (in alphabetical order):

  1. Barry.Nilsson
  2. Bird & Bird
  3. Clayton Utz
  4. Coleman Greig Lawyers
  5. Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers
  6. Corrs Chambers Westgarth
  7. DLA Piper
  8. Gilbert + Tobin
  9. Gilchrist Connell
  10. Hall & Wilcox
  11. Hamilton Locke
  12. HBA Legal
  13. Holding Redlich
  14. Kennedys
  15. Keypoint Law
  16. KPMG Law
  17. Lander & Rogers
  18. LegalVision
  19. LOD
  20. Maddocks
  21. Madison Marcus
  22. Mills Oakley
  23. Pragma Lawyers
  24. Sprintlaw
  25. Wotton + Kearney

We thank all entrants for their contributions this year and to all the winners, congratulations! More information about the Employer of Choice winners is available here.

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