Moulis Legal senior lawyer Alistair Bridges has been named as an “Associate to Watch” in International Trade / WTO law by premier client-ranking agency Chambers & Partners in its 2016 Asia Pacific research.

In reporting the new rankings on 5 February, nationally-circulating newspaper The Australian also included Alistair in its listing of Australia’s 21 outstanding young lawyers.

Moulis Legal has once again been ranked Band 1 for International Trade / WTO law, with Principal Partner Daniel Moulis described as “a leading figure in this arena”.

Chambers reports that Alistair is “very well versed in trade regulation”, and describes Moulis Legal as a “highly regarded boutique with extensive experience handling trade matters in a broad range of sectors”.

Rankings in Chambers’ guides are based on the research of 150 full-time editors and researchers, in conjunction with lawyers and clients.

Our sincere appreciation goes out to our clients and contacts for their valued endorsement of our firm. Well done, too, to our colleagues in other firms for their achievements in this year’s Chambers guide.

Our culture of commitment and excellence extends across all of our practice areas, which also include energy and resources, commercial property and business, cross-border investment, and dispute resolution.


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