Sharing the spoils
During the past few years Australia's major players have consolidated, making themselves into truly cross-state national firms. Sydney and Melbourne are still the two main legal centres, but other cities are now proving their worth, finds Helen Mooney
Australia might not have the world’s largest legal market, but it certainly has some of its biggest firms. The top six of Mallesons Stephens Jaques, Clayton Utz, Minter Ellison, Allens Arthur Robinson, Blake Dawson Waldron and Freehills all have huge national partnerships that extend across the vast continent and more than cater for legal demand.
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