'Partnership Surveys' - TressCox Lawyers listed in The Australian and The AFR - 1 July 2016
TressCox Lawyers has been mentioned in The Australian and The Australian Financial Review (AFR) as part of their Partnership Surveys, published Friday 1 July 2016. TressCox Executive Chairman, Scott Chapman has also been quoted in The Australian.
In The Australian, the Firm is listed in a table, in the Legal Affairs section (page 31) titled ‘The Australian Partnerships Survey - Equity Partners', as part of an article titled ‘Firms push ahead with female equity partnerships’. Scott has been quoted in the article, commenting on the Firm being a meritocracy and the strong growth in the proportion of female Equity Partners.
In The Australian Financial Review the Firm is listed in four tables in the Legal Affairs section:
- ‘Gender gap’ as part of an article titled ‘One in three new partners are women’, page 35;
- ‘Engine room’ as part of an article titled ‘Women lead way as more senior associates depart’, page 37;
- ‘Starters’ as part of an article titled ‘Firms see out diversity among new juniors’, page 38;
- ‘Worker bees’ as part of an article titled ‘Traditional profit model in a squeeze’, page 41.
TressCox Lawyers has been mentioned and Scott is also quoted in an article titled ‘Smaller firms maintain freedom for partners’, page 36. He comments that as technological advances have made flexible working easier the Firm was seeing increased requests for IT support for remote access from home, on site with clients and at court. The Firm is also mentioned in the article titled ‘Placements on decline as downturn starts to bite’, page 39.
Mention of TressCox Lawyers can also be found on the AFR website for those with a digital subscription in an article titled ‘Smaller and mid-tier law firms beat the top tier on flexibility’.