Legals compete

THERE’S plenty of action in most categories of our Legal Elite poll and things may well hot up even further with the news that any qualified WA lawyer who casts a vote in the Legal Elite by April 10 will go into a draw for dinner for two at the Hyatt Regency to the value of $150.

The best battles so far appear to be in mining between Rick Crabb of Blakiston & Crabb and Angus Jones of Allens Arthur Robinson; employment/industrial relations between Jon Long at Clayton Utz, Alan Drake-Brockman of Gadens and Russell Allen from Freehills; Native Title between Geoff Gishubl of Blake Dawson Waldron and Chris Humphry of Hunt & Humphry; and criminal, where Rob Mazza of Mazza & Mazza is being challenged by John Prior of Williams Ellison and Richard Bayly at Bayly & O’Brien.

Ted Sharpe of KPMG Legal is narrowly leading property/ construction, barrister Peter Dowding is polling best in family law and John Naughton of Mallesons Stephen Jaque is pipping the banking and finance field.

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