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Russell McVeagh heats up New Zealand's Hot List

Russell McVeagh heats up New Zealand's Hot List

The newly revamped NZ Lawyer magazine hit desks today, and it includes a "Hot List" of top private practice lawyers in the New Zealand market.

Congratulations to Russell McVeagh partners Andrew Butler, Grant Kemble, Joe Windmeyer, Graeme Quigley, Pip Greenwood and consultant Pat Bowler who the publication named as trailblazers in law, for a range of reasons outlined in the supporting article.

The list recognises lawyers who are 'being talked about by their peers' - either for dominating the deal landscape, who have a strong personal brand, or have note-worthy achievements in either legal or non legal areas like community and pro bono work.

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