The Boutique Lawyer Show: Diversifying the business of law

By Robyn Tongol|03 February 2021
Leah Cameron

Leah Cameron, who recently won Indigenous Lawyer of the Year and the Excellence Award at the Women in Law Awards, joins us to discuss her business vision, and why diversification (on multiple fronts) is crucial.

On this episode of The Boutique Lawyer Show, Marrawah Law principal solicitor and managing director Leah Cameron chats with host Jerome Doraisamy about how and why she set up her firm, what has led to its success and her expansion plans.

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The pair also talk about finding points of difference for a firm’'s service offering, helping clients navigate ongoing uncertainty as we head towards a post-pandemic world, and the ever-present “digital divide”.

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