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Russell McVeagh New Zealand's Client Choice law firm

Russell McVeagh New Zealand's Client Choice law firm

Russell McVeagh has once again been recognised as the New Zealand Client Choice Law Firm of the Year for 2014 by the International Law Office.

The awards, established in 2005, recognise law firms and partners around the world that stand apart for the excellent client service they provide. The criteria for the award is a firm or partner's ability to add real value to a client's business above and beyond others in the market.

Alongside the firm award, five Russell McVeagh partners were recognised for their outstanding client service in their own individual areas:

Sarah Armstrong, Dispute Resolution
Tim Clarke, Public Law
Sarah Keene, Competition
Graeme Quigley, Corporate Advisory
Craig Shrive, Aviation

Respondents recommended the firm as 'simply the best for high-end, high-risk advice’ and 'the benchmark for excellence in this market'.

This award recognises the commitment from all Russell McVeagh's partners and staff to providing outstanding client care and commercially focussed advice. The firm would like to thank all its staff for the hard work and focus on excellence that has contributed to Russell McVeagh winning this award for the second year running.

Further reading: www.clientchoice.com/guides

ENDS

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