Hicksons recognised in Doyle’s Guide 2023

Hicksons is excited to be recognised in the 2023 Doyle’s Guide across the following categories:
We would also like to congratulate the below Partners on their nominations as leading workers compensation lawyers (defendant) across NSW:
“Being recognised in Doyle’s Guide reflects our people’s commitment to providing solutions for our clients. We take great pride in our role as trusted advisors and will continue to create sustainable value for our stakeholders”, says Naomi Tancred, Chair of Partners at Hicksons.
As an independent industry review, Doyle’s Guide is based on the recommendations from peers, clients and industry bodies.
These rankings recognise our people’s legal expertise, experience and commitment to providing sustainable value for our clients.
More information on Doyle’s Guide, including other winners can be found here.

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