McCabes Named in 2025 Best Law Firms Rankings

30 May, 2024

We are proud to announce that Best Lawyers has named McCabes in the inaugural 2025 edition of the Best Law Firms Rankings, which recognises the top law firms and practice areas in Australia.

Firms included in the Best Law Firms Rankings are selected based on an evaluation process that involves evaluations, peer review, and interviews.

McCabes was named in National Tier 3 for Insurance Law, highlighting the continued success of the firm’s Insurance division across multiple jurisdictions. The firm’s Perth and Sydney offices were also named in the Metropolitan Tiers in a range of categories.

National Tier 3

Insurance Law

Metropolitan Tier 1


  • Insurance Law
  • Personal Injury Litigation
  • Product Liability Litigation 


  • Medical Negligence

Metropolitan Tier 2


  • Health and Aged Care Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Litigation

Metropolitan Tier 3


  • Personal Injury Litigation

“It’s an honour to be recognised in the first edition of these rankings,” said Andrew Lacey, Managing Principal. 

“Our inclusion reflects the versatility in expertise that McCabes offers across each of our offices. We are proud of the excellent service that we deliver to both our domestic and international clients, who require innovative solutions to complex legal issues.

“This recognition that names a number of the firm’s key practice areas displays our ongoing commitment to these solutions, as we continue to grow and expand our offering.”

Learn more here.

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