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Redenbach Lee Lawyers receives multiple nominations for 2019

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This year, Redenbach Lee Lawyers were afforded the privilege of attending the annual Lawyers Weekly Partner of the Year Awards following our partners’ nominations in the Government Law Partner of the Year category. The prestigious award recognises dedicated government service and reflected the firm’s close relationships with Local Government and in particular, local councils.

As a Local Government Procurement Approved Contractor, Redenbach Lee Lawyers is committed to providing legal services to government entities and in a short span of time have advised numerous large councils within NSW on a variety of projects and disputes. The firm is delighted to be recognised for its commitment to providing specialist advice to its Government and private sector clients.

Our Partner and Founder Keith Redenbach has been highly recognised for his government expertise by constituting half the Finalists in the category. The multiple nominations of Keith Redenbach is a testament to the collaborative and industry leading approach which the firm adopts.

Apart from the recognition in our government expertise, we are also proud to share our other achievements this year, as follows:

  • Keith Redenbach Lawyers Weekly Construction and Infrastructure Partner of the Year Awards Finalist in 2019
  • Australasian Law Awards for State/Regional Law Firm of the Year 2019

Thank you all that has nominated for Redenbach Lee Lawyers –we are truly grateful for your support and will continue its commitment in providing the best services to our clients.

Meeting with the Hon Michael McCormack MP

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It was with great honour that we met with the Hon Michael McCormack MP, Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport and Regional Development on 26 July 2019 to learn more about the Government’s record $100 billion investment in transport infrastructure projects over the next 10 years across Australia.