17 Mar 2011

Clayton Utz named Best ACT Firm at BRW Client Choice Awards

Canberra, 17 March 2011: Clayton Utz was last night named Best ACT Firm at the 2011 BRW Client Choice Awards - for the second year running.

The Awards night was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney and recognised excellence in client services among professional services firm, as judged by clients.

Clayton Utz Canberra managing partner John Carroll said he was delighted that clients had recognised Clayton Utz as the leading professional services provider in the ACT market.

"Clayton Utz is committed to being the best legal services provider in Australia. Being acknowledged by our clients as the best firm in the ACT reflects that commitment. Our Canberra team would like to thank all of our clients for their continued support, and for the opportunity to continue to provide them with the best legal services available."

Client research and testimonials collated by Beaton Research and used to determine this year's BRW Client Choice Award winners singled out Clayton Utz Canberra for itsprofessionalism and efficiency. One client testimonial said:

"Clayton Utz provides great service, timely responses and commercial advice; they are easy to work with, and are great communicators.”

Clayton Utz Chief Executive Partner Darryl McDonough congratulated the Canberra team on the BRW Award recognition. "Clayton Utz is committed to excellence in everything we do. Our Canberra office is filled with exceptional talent who continue to deliver legal excellence time and time again. The entire firm is very proud of their achievement.

Clayton Utz was also one of three finalists in the national Best provider rated by the government and community sector category.

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