Sarah Ralph attributes the rapid expansion of EY Law in Australia over the past few years to the firm’s focus on keeping its legal ambitions in check and ensuring its lawyers strive to be part of the broader business.

“We do not consider ourselves to be a traditional law firm. We don’t really see ourselves competing,” said Ralph, who took over as Oceania law leader at EY Law in July of last year.

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