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Dawes Point, New South AU
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Swaab Attorneys's estimated annual revenue is currently $36.5M per year.(?)
  • Swaab Attorneys's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • Swaab Attorneys has 135 Employees.(?)
  • Swaab Attorneys currently has 1 job openings.

Swaab Attorneys is a multi-award winning, commercial law firm. We understand that to achieve the best results for our clients we need to work as a trusted adviser to their organisation and support their businesses as much as they support ours. Swaab has been a finalist in the BRW Client Choice Awards for seven consecutive years and have won three times, the most recent win being Best Law Firm (rev under $50m) and Best NSW Firm at the 2012 BRW Client Choice Awards. But it's not just our client service that has been awarded, we have also appeared for four consecutive years on the BRW Great Place to Work list. Our key areas of practice are corporate, commercial, intellectual property and technology, employment law, property, litigation, insolvency, transport and logistics and franchising. We also work across a number of industries including retail and fashion, property, health, professional services and transport. In addition to our commercial practice we also have a very experienced and reputable family law department. We are also a member of the international legal alliance network Meritas. Meritas is a network of more than 170 firms in over 60 countries, representing a total of more than 6,500 lawyers around the world. Membership of the Meritas alliance is by invitation-only. Being a part of this network allows us to service our clients'”‹ international needs as well as providing our lawyers with the opportunity to work on international matters. Corporate and Commercial, Insolvency, Employment, IP/IT, Estate Planning, Litigation, Family Law, Property, Planning & Projects, Franchising, Construction