Top-tier firm wins international prize

It beat out five other top firms in New Zealand

Top-tier firm wins international prize
MinterEllisonRuddWatts has been named the New Zealand Law Firm of the Year at the recently concluded Chambers Asia-Pacific Awards.

Chambers and Partners has been ranking the best lawyers since 1990, and their yearly research covers 185 jurisdictions. This year, the legal market research specialist company chose Minters over Bell Gully, Buddle Findlay, Chapman Tripp, Russell McVeagh, and Simpson Grierson.

“We are very proud of this recognition,” said Lloyd Kavanagh, the partnership’s chair. “What makes MinterEllisonRuddWatts unique, and stands behind our success, is our culture: diversity coupled with an ability to work collaboratively as one team. This winning formula enables us to create value for our clients and attracts the smartest and best people to our firm.”

He said the award recognises the firm’s achievements over the past year, including its roles in numerous major deals in New Zealand, the firm’s strategic growth, and its commitment to delivering results for clients.


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