Corrs Chambers Westgarth has again been recognised as one of the best foreign law firms for India work by the India Business Law Journal (IBLJ) Report.

Corrs was recognised amongst the top law firms for India-focused work globally for the third year running in a special feature published in the IBLJ’s June edition. The report considered major India-related deal-flow over the past year.

“This is a very strong endorsement of your firm’s [Corrs’] India-related expertise and capabilities and on behalf of all my colleagues at India Business Law Journal, I offer you my wholehearted congratulation,” said Vandana Chatlani, Editor of the IBLJ.

Corrs partner and co-chair of the India Business Group, Bruce Adkins said it was wonderful to see Corrs recognised again. The firm has more than a decade’s experience in India.

“Corrs’ dedicated India Business Group continues to support the firm’s India-related work,” Bruce Adkins said.

Mr Adkins also said India’s recent elections would continue to drive opportunity, including in mining, urban development and education.

“The election of a pro-business government has the potential to revitalise the relationship between Australia and India,” Bruce Adkins said.

Corrs partner and India Business Group co-Chair, Philip Catania, said Corrs’ had continued to strengthen relationships through a secondment program with some of India’s premier law firms.

“Corrs has developed a deep understanding of the commercial, political and economic drivers within India. We continue to work diligently to strengthen our ties and knowledge in the Indian market,” Philip Catania said.

Corrs’ India Business Group is working with clients to maximise opportunities in India driven by the recent elections and the increasing interest in Indian investment by Australian companies.

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