Marrawah Law celebrates Doyle’s recognition
The Marrawah Law team are today celebrating both the firm’s progression in the rankings and the recognition of two key personnel in Doyle’s Guide annual listing of Native Title Law firms and practitioners.
Marrawah Law has risen to the level of Leading Native Title Law firms; founder Leah Cameron has joined the listing of Leading lawyers and the only female in the top five for Traditional Owner representation; and Senior Solicitor Cassie Lang has joined the list of Recommended lawyers.
Marrawah Law founder acknowledged the hard work and commitment of the whole team in securing this recognition.
“I am so proud of our whole team, and Cassie Lang in particular,” Ms Cameron said.
“As an Indigenous owned firm, staffed by predominantly Indigenous lawyers, we believe that we bring a unique perspective and incomparable cultural insight to all of our work.
“I thank our peers, our colleagues and our clients for allowing us to continue to support them and deliver real solutions and partnership outcomes right across Australia.”
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