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Top Rankings in latest Chambers and Partners Asia-Pacific Guide

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Published on: December 21, 2022


(L-R: David Hoare, Ben Paterson, Sarah McQueen, Michael Taylor, Ian Beaumont, Polly Pope, Troy Pilkington, Tom Hunt, Marika Eastwick-Field, David Weavers).

Russell McVeagh has ranked highly across the spectrum of specialist practice areas in the latest independent research in Chambers and Partners Asia-Pacific 2023 Guide, with 10 lawyers moving up in their rankings or ranking for the first time.

Highlights for this year include:

Some of the standout client feedback provided in this year's Chambers and Partners Guide includes:

"Russell McVeagh can absolutely be relied upon to provide the best advice and clarity of thinking in complex situations.”

“Russell McVeagh combines deep subject matter expertise with strong commercial acumen. This results in a work product that is both legally sound and commercially relevant.”

 “They provide a great breadth of specialist knowledge combined with a commercial, pragmatic and solutions-based approach.”

"Ngā mihi to our talented lawyers on their standout rankings results", says Russell McVeagh CEO Jo Avenell, "and also to our clients for trusting us to deliver on their most complex transactions and for their positive feedback provided as part of Chambers' independent research process."

You can read more about this year's results here.

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