The search is on for Australia’s leading boutique firms

Entries are now open for Top Boutique Firms

The search is on for Australia’s leading boutique firms

Australasian Lawyer is seeking nominations for the inaugural Top Boutique Firms special report. Has your firm provided the most value to your clients, let us know?

To be considered for inclusion, firms should employ fewer than 100 fee-earning lawyers and derive at least 60% of their revenue from one practice area. Please take a few moments to complete the short online form which asks for information about your business performance and achievements in the last 12 months.

Winners will enjoy recognition in award-winning publication Australasian Lawyer, and gain access to opportunities to carry this distinguished award through to your marketing message – helping to separate you from the competition.

Top Boutique Firms report will be published on Australasian Lawyer’s website and an official e-report in August 2021.

Entries close on Friday, 18 June.

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