NSW Government Legal Services Panel announced

By Lara Bullock|10 July 2016

A total of 44 law firms have been named as service providers on the NSW Government Legal Services Panel as of 1 July 2016.

The NSW Government Legal Services Panel provides a list of legal service providers to meet the external legal needs of NSW Government agencies.


In total, 44 boutique, national and global firms have been named as service providers from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2019.

The Panel is made up of six sub-panels (major transactions; commercial; planning, property & environment; employment, work health & safety, government, regulatory & administrative; and litigation & inquiries), which are divided in to 34 areas of law.


The firm appointed to the most areas of law is Clayton Utz, being a provider for 26 of the 34 areas.

Henry Davis York followed with 25, then Herbert Smith Freehills and HWL Ebsworth with 23 each.

Some specialist firms were appointed for only one area of law such as Cashare for debt recover, Craddock Murray Neumann Lawyers for media law, Gair Legal for workers compensation, Holding Redlich for routine/standard property advice and transactions, Moray & Agnew for discrimination, Rankin Ellison Lawyers for hurt on duty matters and Wotton + Kearney for insurance.

Full list of NSW Government Legal Services Panel service providers:
Ashurst Australia
Baker & McKenzie
Bartier Perry
Clayton Utz
Coleman Greig
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Craddock Murray Neumann Lawyers
Crown Solicitor's Office
Curwoods Lawyers
DLA Piper Australia
Gair Legal
Gilbert + Tobin
Gillis Delaney Lawyers
Henry Davis York
Herbert Smith Freehills
Holding Redlich
Hunt & Hunt Lawyers
HWL Ebsworth Lawyers
Ingenio Consulting
K&L Gates
King & Wood Mallesons
Lander & Rogers
Lindsay Taylor Lawyers
Makinson d'Apice Lawyers
McCabes Lawyers
McCullough Robertson
Mills Oakley
Minter Ellison
Moray & Agnew
Norton Rose Fulbright
Rankin Ellison Lawyers
Salvos Legal
Smythe Wozniak Lawyers
Sparke Helmore
Thomson Geer
TressCox Lawyers
Workdynamic Australia
Wotton Kearney

NSW Government Legal Services Panel announced
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