Keypoint Law has recorded another remarkable year, achieving a top-30 national ranking in the Australian Financial Review’s Law Partnership Survey, published in July 2032; based on partner-level numbers.

Over the past 12 months the firm has bolstered its ranks with the addition of 1 Consulting Principal (equivalent in seniority to partners) per month.

These bi-annual surveys, which draw on data provided by Australia’s leading law firms, have illustrated Keypoint’s exceptional growth trajectory and highlighted the firm’s strengthening position in the market.

Keypoint Law CEO Warren Kalinko said Keypoint’s continued growth was an endorsement of the firm’s innovative model:

“We are proud to be bringing much needed change to the legal profession by offering lawyers the opportunity to take control of their careers in a firm that offers meaningful flexibility, decision-making control and the multitude of benefits that come from being part of a truly collegiate team.”

Keypoint’s highly credentialed team of almost 70 senior lawyers advise across 25 practice areas from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide.