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5 minutes with lawyer Noah Lipshut

Corporate and M&A
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Noah Lipshut, a lawyer in Arnold Bloch Leibler’s corporate and M&A practice, has been recognised in this year’s Doyle’s Guide as a Rising Star in the area of corporate law. We talked to Noah about what he most enjoys about this practice area and what it means to be identified in a prestigious publication as an emerging leader in the profession.

What attracted you to practice as a corporate and M&A lawyer?

I have always been fascinated by the business world and completed a commerce degree before studying law.  

My favourite subjects at university were those that required you to dissect commercial problems – practising in corporate and M&A law meant doing this for a living, in real time, with real consequences. In the end, it was a no brainer for me.

In your time at Arnold Bloch Leibler, what has been a standout transaction you’ve worked on?

I have been fortunate to work on many transactions throughout my time at ABL. The deals that have stood out to me have all involved one common theme – working with clients that are deeply invested in their businesses, not necessarily in a financial sense, but those who take great personal pride in the businesses that they’ve built. It definitely makes our work more meaningful, particularly where we have been part of that journey from the very beginning.

What does it mean to you to be recognised as a “rising star” in your profession?

ABL gives young ambitious lawyers the opportunity to work directly with clients from ‘day one’, which was a key reason why I chose to join the firm. Looking back on my own experience, I’ve been entrusted with responsibilities that partners in other firms would probably have reserved for more senior lawyers.

This recognition is really a testament to the culture of the firm, which I’ve been fortunate to reap the rewards of.

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