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Chen Palmer Celebrated On Innovation Index

Press Release For Immediate Release - Chen Palmer Celebrated On Innovation Index

Chen Palmer is pleased to be listed on Australia and New Zealand’s first Legal Innovation Index, in recognition of Chen Palmer’s approach to driving innovation in Public and Employment Law.

The inaugural Legal Innovation Index 2013 was launched by Lexis Nexis and Janders Dean in Australia today in recognition of the top ten law firms in Australasia that are championing innovation in their legal practice and that are leading innovation in the legal industry.

Chen Palmer is the only New Zealand law firm to be included in the Lexis Nexis Innovation Index. The Lexis Nexis Innovation index lists top-tier firms that take an innovative approach to their work, including in the adopting of new technologies, innovative management systems, and in new and unique approaches to staff development and client satisfaction.

“Chen Palmer has always been committed to pioneering in Public and Employment law. We are always looking for unique solutions to complex problems, that force us to think outside the box”, said Founding Partner Mai Chen.

“This recognition will encourage us to continue to innovate to assist our clients. Chen Palmer sits at the complex crossroad between government and business. At the core of our practice is the desire to open-source public and employment law and increase the understanding of the Rule of Law” said Mai Chen.
The organisations included in the 2013 Legal Innovation Index are:
•         Chen Palmer New Zealand Public and Employment Law Specialists
•         AdventBalance
•         Emil Ford
•         Gilbert + Tobin
•         King & Wood Mallesons
•         Marque
•         Maurice Blackburn
•         Pod Legal
•         Watermark
•         Westpac

LexisNexis® Pacific is the leading provider of local and international news, business, tax and legal information, using leading-edge technology, tools and digital solutions. Both in Australia (www.lexisnexis.com.au) and New Zealand (www.lexisnexis.co.nz) LexisNexis Pacific works in close collaboration with its customers to provide content enabled-workflow systems for professionals in law firms, corporations, government, law enforcement, tax, accounting, academic institutions and compliance assessment.

Janders Dean is a leading independent management consultancy company specialising in providing expert advisory services to law firms and corporate in-house legal departments across the globe. Janders Dean's projects include some of the most innovative and award winning engagements undertaken within the legal industry across the United Kingdom, the United States and Asia.

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