Clayton Utz has been named the best professional services firm in the ACT at the BRW Client Choice Awards 2010.

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19 Mar 2010

Clients choose Clayton Utz as best professional services firm in the ACT

Sydney, 19 March 2010: Clayton Utz has been named the best professional services firm in the ACT at the BRW Client Choice Awards 2010.

Announced at a function in Sydney on 17 March, the BRW Client Choice Awards recognise excellence in client service among professional services firms, as judged by clients. Over 89 firms across a range of industry sectors were eligible for awards this year, with Clayton Utz among a select group of finalists.

Clayton Utz Canberra office managing partner John Carroll said the award reflected Clayton Utz' commitment to the ACT legal market and strong focus on client service excellence.

"Over a decade ago, Clayton Utz committed to our ACT clients by establishing an on-the-ground presence and building a legal team with a unique understanding of the needs of both our government and private sector clients – with a focus on delivering market-leading, innovative, commercially focused legal services," said Mr Carroll.

"We are delighted that our clients have acknowledged the quality of our service offering and we thank them for their support."

Clayton Utz Chief Executive Partner David Fagan said the firm was pleased to be acknowledged by its clients as a market leader. "Clayton Utz is a firm of talented people and we have a fantastic and loyal client base. We are excited about our future and the opportunity to build on the strong market position we have established over the last few years."

Clayton Utz was also one of four finalists in the Best Law Firm of the Year category.

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