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Top Ten Most Viewed Lawyers (ending 26 January 2018)

Top Ten Most Viewed Lawyers (ending 26 January 2018)

(for week ending 26 January 2018)

5th February 2018

Each day thousands of users access LawPath to connect with Australia’s leading lawyers on our directory. LawPath is home to Australia’s largest lawyer network, covering all areas of law and geographical regions.

Here is the list of LawPath’s Top 10 Directory Lawyers. This ranking is updated each week and includes lawyers across Australia, covering a variety of legal areas.

Claimed profiles get 5 times the amount of views compared to unclaimed profiles. If you’re a lawyer looking for more business and enquiries you can claim your profile today!

Top Ten Ranking

RankLast Week RankNameDescription
1NEWnullPeter PaynePeter Payne has not claimed their profile.
22nullMark CuttsMark Cutts has not claimed their profile.
38nullJeremy WilliamsJeremy joined Taylor Preston Lawyers in 2011, and has worked as a senior lawyer in the firm’s personal injury and its family law practice areas, before becoming CEO in 2014.
4NEWnullLarisa MichalkoLarisa Michalko has not claimed their profile.
5NEWnullPeter HortisPeter Hortis has not claimed their profile.
6NEWnullWilliam MalosWilliam Malos has not claimed their profile.
74nullDaniel CovingtonDaniel Covington has not claimed their profile.
8NEWnullSaravanan SomaskanthanSaravanan Somaskanthan has not claimed their profile.
9NEWnullSharleena RamdhasSharleena has practiced in all aspects of criminal law, including but not limited to, assaults, sexual offences, drugs offences, fraud, stealing and traffic offences.
106nullChris ToogoodChris is deeply immersed in the online and technology industries in Australia, and specialises in conveyancing and commercial and law.

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Richard Yuen
Richard Yuen

Richard is a Paralegal working in our content team which aims to provide free legal guides to facilitate public access to legal resources. With an interest in information law, his primary focus is in how the law adapts to govern the use and development of new technology in a modern environment.