Australia: Coleman Greig Wins BRW Client Choice Award
Last Updated: 14 March 2013

Coleman Greig Wins BRW Client Choice Award for Best Law Firm in Australia

The Principals and staff of Coleman Greig are delighted to announce that last night we were named Best Law Firm in Australia (revenue less than $50 million) in the 2013 BRW Client Choice Awards!

Announced at BRW's Annual Gala Dinner, the award was determined following months of independent research into the professional services industry.

The BRW Client Choice Awards are Australia's most prestigious and comprehensive awards for the professional services market. Now in their tenth year, they recognise outstanding performance as voted by clients of accounting, law, IT consulting, engineering and actuarial firms.

The Awards are based on quantitative research into buyers of professional services, conducted independently by Beaton Consulting. The selection of the finalists and winners is determined exclusively from the opinions of over 20,000 of clients of professional services organisations who participated in the research.

We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all of our clients who chose to participate in the survey and for the feedback they gave.

This is a very proud day for Coleman Greig. It serves as a positive reinforcement of the choices our firm has made and the need for us to continue focussing on the delivery of quality service to all of our clients.

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