June 23, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading Employment Law Firms (Employer Representation) – NSW, 2023

Luis Izzo
Fay Calderone
Darren Perry
Rachel Bernasconi
Ben Dudley
Joe Murphy
Alice DeBoos
Christa Lenard
Lucy Shanahan
Aaron Dearden
Joydeep Hor
Danny King
Michael_Byrnes
Michael Mead
Jacquie Seeman
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Luis Izzo
Fay Calderone
Darren Perry
Rachel Bernasconi
Ben Dudley
Joe Murphy
Alice DeBoos
Christa Lenard
Lucy Shanahan
Aaron Dearden
Joydeep Hor
Danny King
Michael_Byrnes
Michael Mead
Jacquie Seeman
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The 2023 listing of leading Employer-focused NSW Employment Law Firms details firms practising within the areas of employment and industrial relations matters in the New South Wales legal market whose practice has a strong employer representation focus and who have been identified by the state’s employment law solicitors for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

First Tier

Ashurst
Herbert Smith Freehills
Kingston Reid
MinterEllison
Seyfarth

Second Tier

Baker McKenzie
Clayton Utz
Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Third Tier

Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors
Hall & Wilcox
Lander & Rogers
FCB Workplace Law

Recommended

Allens
Bartier Perry
Holding Redlich
HWL Ebsworth
Gilbert + Tobin
Johnson Winter & Slattery
Maddocks
Piper Alderman
People & Culture Strategies
Sparke Helmore
Swaab
Thomson Geer
Workdynamic

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