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31 Holding Redlich lawyers named in 2021 Best Lawyers™ list

17 April 20 - Media Release

Holding Redlich is pleased to announce that 31 lawyers have been included in the 2021 Edition of The Best Lawyers in Australia. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence.

Holding Redlich’s National Managing Partner, Ian Robertson AO, welcomed the announcement. “We’re very pleased to see so many lawyers recognised this year,” Ian said. “The firm’s great expertise and experience is recognised across all of our major practice areas and offices.

“It’s also pleasing to have six partners recognised for the first time and particular congratulations to Melbourne Workplace Relations and Safety Partner, Charles Power, for his Lawyer of The Year Award for Employee Benefits Law,” Ian added.

Best Lawyers has published its list for more than three decades, earning the respect of the profession, the media, and the public as the most reliable, unbiased source of legal referrals. Its first international list was published in 2006 and since then has grown to provide lists in over 75 countries.

"Best Lawyers was founded in 1981 with the purpose of highlighting the extraordinary accomplishments of those in the legal profession. After three decades, we are proud to continue to serve as the most reliable, unbiased source of legal referrals worldwide," CEO Phillip Greer said.

Lawyers on The Best Lawyers in Australia list are divided by geographic region and practice areas. They are reviewed by their peers on the basis of professional expertise, and undergo an authentication process to make sure they are in current practice and in good standing.

The complete list of Holding Redlich lawyers included in the 2021 Edition of The Best Lawyers in Australia can be found online at www.bestlawyers.com.

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