17 April 2018

The latest edition of Best Lawyers Australia, published on 13 April 2018, has ranked 14 CGW team members across 19 areas of law.

Managing partner Chris Ward says the results are a great reflection of the client focus, expertise and efforts of the team.

‘This is an outstanding result and represents an uplift on last year’s results,’ Chris said.

‘In addition to having 14 team members ranked in Best Lawyers, we’re incredibly pleased to have had Scott Hay-Bartlem announced as a Lawyer of the Year in Superannuation Law.

‘Some of the other highlights include a new ranking for Justine Woods in Family Law Mediation in addition to her existing Family Law ranking, and the new ranking of Clinton Jackson in the area of Wealth Management and Succession Planning.’

The full list of CGW lawyers who were ranked this year are:

NameSpecialty
Belinda WinterLabour and Employment Law
Belinda WinterOccupational Health & Safety Law
Brady CockburnInsurance Law
Brady CockburnPersonal Injury Litigation
Charles SweeneyCommercial Law
Charles SweeneyMergers and Acquisitions Law
Clinton JacksonWealth Management / Succession Planning
David GraceAgriculture & Rural Affairs
David GraceCommercial Law
David GraceCorporate Law
David GraceCorporate/Governance Practice
Fletch HeinemannCustoms and Excise Law
Fletch HeinemannTax Law
Genevieve DeeFamily Law
Graham RobertsInsolvency and Reorganization Law
Greg CahillCommercial Law
Greg CahillMergers and Acquisitions Law
Greg CahillTax Law
Greg CahillTrusts and Estates
Justine WoodsFamily Law
Justine WoodsFamily Law Mediation
Kim TeagueLeasing Law
Kim TeagueReal Property Law
Linda TapiolasTrusts and Estates
Scott Hay-BartlemSuperannuation Law
Scott Hay-BartlemTrusts and Estates
Scott Hay-BartlemWealth Management / Succession Planning
Tony ParkInsurance Law
Tony ParkPersonal Injury Litigation
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