Top Boutique Firms: Search underway for the best boutique firms in Australia

Entries are open for Australasian Lawyer’s Top Boutique Firms – will you make the list?

Top Boutique Firms: Search underway for the best boutique firms in Australia

On the back of the global pandemic, new developments in the legal industry have become crucial to business. Firms across the country are implementing new technology, legal processes and business models that are moving the industry forward.  But how has the boutique legal marketplace adapted?

Entries are currently open for Australasian Lawyer’s Top Boutique Firms, showcasing 5-star boutique firms in Australia that are leading changes in the legal industry.

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. Complete the entry form here.

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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