Thirty-five lawyers from ABL have been recommended in the editorial, with 14 new individual listings this year (refer to table below). ABL’s expertise has been recognised by the Legal 500 in the following areas: banking & finance, capital markets, competition & trade, construction, corporate and M&A, dispute resolution, intellectual property, native title, real estate, restructuring & insolvency, tax and white collar crime (refer to table below).
Legal 500 is an independent legal directory that ranks the capabilities of law firms across the world, based on interviews with clients, private practice lawyers and submissions made by law firms.
"Able to deal with tricky issues, and understand and manage complex stakeholder dynamics."
|Practice area||Listed individuals|
|Banking and finance
|Capital markets||Jonathan Wenig
|Competition and trade||Zaven Mardirossian
|Corporate and M&A||Jonathan Wenig
|Dispute resolution||Leon Zwier (listed as a leading individual)
Susanna Ford (listed as a leading individual*)
Elyse Hilton (listed as a next generation partner)
|Intellectual property||Zaven Mardirossian
|Native title (new category)||Peter Seidel (listed as a leading individual)*
Bridgid Cowling (listed as a rising star)*
|Real estate||Ken Gray (Hall of fame)
|Restructuring and insolvency||Leon Zwier (Hall of fame)
|Tax||Mark Leibler (Hall of fame)
Paul Sokolowski (listed as a leading individual)
|White collar crime (new category)||Leon Zwier (listed as a leading individual)*
* Indicates new individual listing (compared with 2020 results).
About Arnold Bloch Leibler
Arnold Bloch Leibler is a premium Australian commercial law firm renowned for advising clients on their most important transactions, commercial issues and disputes. From offices in Melbourne and Sydney, the firm provides advice to a diverse range of entrepreneurial Australian listed companies, family businesses, high-net-worth individuals and international corporations. The firm also has a dedicated pro bono practice providing advice on social, environmental and cultural issues to more than 150 charitable and not-for-profit organisations.