SCL Wins Criminal Defence Firm of the Year for Second Year Running

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The SCL team is proud to be awarded ‘Criminal Defence Firm of the Year in Australia’ for the second year running.

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In administering its yearly awards, the organisation receives over 120,000 recommendations per year from legal and bar associations, law firms and other professional bodies before choosing finalists based upon case results, client testimonials and a range of other factors. A panel of judges then decides upon the winner of each category.

The prestigious award of Criminal Defence Firm of the Year is contested by specialist firm’s across the country.

It adds to a string of accolades our firm has received in recent times, including:

  • “Criminal Defence Firm of the Year in Australia”, 2015 & 2016 Corporate INTL Legal Awards,
  • “Australia – Criminal Defence Law Firm of the Year” and “Australia – Customer Service Law Firm of the Year”, 2016 ACQ5 Law Awards,
  • “Best Criminal Law Firm in NSW”, 2015 APAC Business Awards,
  • Winner, 2015 LexisNexis Legal Innovation Awards,
  • Finalist, 2015 Telstra Business Awards (the only NSW firm to reach final),
  • Finalist, 2015 & 2016 True Local Australian Small Business Champion Awards,
  • Finalist, 2015 Lawyers Weekly Law Awards.

Our experienced team of specialist criminal and traffic defence lawyers promises to continue delivering the highest quality legal representation to our valued clients.

If you are going to court, call us anytime for a free first appointment on 02 9261 8881.

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Ugur Nedim

Ugur Nedim

Ugur Nedim is an Accredited Criminal Law Specialist with 25 years of experience as a Criminal Defence Lawyer. He is the Principal of Sydney Criminal Lawyers®.

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