15 PwC Partners have been recognised in the 2018 “Best Lawyers” list published in the Australian Financial Review today.
The 2018 results set a new benchmark for PwC with the 15 partners across 40+ listings. The mentions are up from 14 listings of 7 partners last year.
PwC Legal Leader Tony O’Malley said the recognition is testament to the strength of experience and capability across many legal disciplines in the PwC team including corporate advisory, projects & finance, regulatory, digital and technology law, and employment and workplace relations.
“We’ve been growing our team over the past three years and some incredible talent has joined PwC. It’s fantastic that this has been recognised by our peers through these awards and it reinforces our perspective that the market is looking for integrated business advisory teams who can deliver services that help clients solve their most important problems,” Mr O’Malley said.
Best Lawyers is a peer review guide to the legal profession worldwide. Australian lawyers are reviewed by their peers based on professional expertise and likelihood to refer work. A complete listing of all PwC Australia lawyers included in the 2018 edition of Best Lawyers is available here.
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