Moulis Legal has been appointed to the Australian Government’s legal services panel in the areas of contract law, intellectual property, and information and communications technology. Partner Director Shaun Creighton welcomed the news:
“This recognises the value of our knowledge of the legal and political framework in which public entities operate, coupled with our private sector commercial law experience and specialist intellectual property law and ICT contracting expertise. We’re proud to be part of the emerging group of boutique law firms that are providing well-informed and cost effective legal advice to major organisations.”
Our lawyers look forward to rolling-out our commercial+international legal skills to our existing and future government clients, in the professional and personable way for which we have become well-known.
About the Panel
The Panel comprises around 60 legal providers across a wide range of service expertise. The firms will provide the bulk of the Commonwealth’s external legal services until 2024. There are four main categories – workplace, corporate, public sector law and property/environment – organised into 22 divisions overall. The Panel features Australia’s leading law firms at the national level.
About Moulis Legal
Moulis Legal is a leading Australian law firm with offices in Canberra, Brisbane and Melbourne. Our accolades include recognition in 2015 as one of Australia’s Top 30 Law Firms (Chambers and Partners). As well as its commercial law, IP/ICT and dispute resolution coverage, the firm is ranked Band 1 for “International Trade/WTO” (Chambers and Partners), one of only three Australian firms to have that ranking. Partner Director Daniel Moulis and his team are well regarded as being amongst the top trade lawyers in the world.
For further information contact Suzanne Moulis, Chief Executive, on 0414 321 224.