Moray and Agnew named among the top 25 attractive law firms in Australia


Lawyers Weekly, in partnership with Momentum Intelligence, have revealed the top 25 law firms deemed most attractive by legal professionals across Australia.

This year, Moray and Agnew Lawyers ranked number 25 on the Top 25 Attraction Firms ranking list and Melbourne Managing Partner, Bill Papastergiadis, couldn’t be prouder.

“With almost 19,000 law firms in Australia, I am thrilled by the announcement that Moray & Agnew is ranked as one of the top 25 attractive firms to work in Australia,” Mr Papastergiadis, who is also President of the Greek Community of Melbourne, tells The Greek Herald.

“Our wonderful staff and inclusive firm culture make Moray & Agnew a great place to work.”

Moray and Agnew Lawyers ranked number 25 on the Top 25 Attraction Firms ranking. 

READ MORE: Bill Papastergiadis on COVID-19 and his Community’s plans for next year’s 1821 celebrations.

This year’s ‘attraction survey’ was conducted between 1 July and 10 August 2020, recording the views of over 900 legal professionals across Australia.

It is considered an important resource to help understand how the law profession has responded to a year that was like no other due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mr Papastergiadis says the most important thing for Moray and Agnew was to ensure their lawyers “are respected and inspired.”

“Culture defines strategy. Without a workforce which is engaged and interested in servicing our national and international clients, we would not have continued our extraordinary growth,” Mr Papastergiadis says.

“For many years, the Melbourne division of Moray & Agnew was arguably the fastest growing firm in Victoria. Ensuring our lawyers are respected and inspired means that collectively we can continue to grow our workforce and clients. 

“As arguably one of the leading Government, Insurance and commercial law firms in Australia, I am proud to be a part of Moray & Agnew.”




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