Rocco Russo listed in 2015 Chambers rankings

13 March 2015 Topics: Litigation and dispute resolution

Cooper Grace Ward Dispute Resolution Partner Rocco Russo has been listed in the 2015 Chambers Global and Chambers Asia-Pacific global rankings of leading lawyers for the practice area of Dispute Resolution (Australia).

Chambers Guides provide rankings of leading individual lawyers and law firms around the world and is one of the most prestigious international legal guides. The rankings are based on independent research by a full-time team of more than 150 researchers based in London. Click here for more information on the Chambers rankings.

The Chambers Global commentary released with the rankings on 12 March 2015 states:

Brisbane-based Rocco Russo heads Cooper Grace Ward’s dispute resolution group and is notably active in the construction, IP, mining and property spaces, amongst others. Sources speak highly of his “very strong technical expertise and customer service skills”, and his “terrific ability to explain the legal facts of a case in plain English”.

Rocco is one of only four Brisbane-based lawyers to be listed in the rankings for the Dispute Resolution category.

In notifying the legal profession of the Queensland-based lawyers listed in the rankings across all practice areas, the Queensland Law Society stated:

The list places these practitioners at the highest level in terms of client-recognised expertise and service quality. The rankings are based on the findings of 150 UK-based researchers who assess lawyers across the word – examining work submissions, interviewing clients and factoring in market conditions.

Rocco leads Cooper Grace Ward’s litigation and dispute resolution group working in areas including business litigation, corporate and commercial dispute resolution, building and construction disputes, and debt recovery. To find out more about Rocco’s expertise and experience, please see his full profile on our website.



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