In a relatively short timescale the company has emerged as a true mould breaker as old comforts such as billable hours and PEP have been discarded. The judges were particularly impressed by Radiant’s ability to innovate and grow quickly whilst targeting areas of law that have been historically the domain of larger private practice firms. It is clearly building an ABS where lawyers are keen to develop in a focused learning environment that affords Blue Chip clients excellent service and value for money. A clear first mover that fully deserves the award.
From left: Marcus Brigstocke, Jason McQuillen, Andrew Giverin & Alex Hamilton
(Radiant Law) and Ben Kent (Meridian West)
A highly commended runner-up. The ability and vision to attract a high quality external investor has laid the foundation to capitalise on its ABS status. The real investment in staff training and focus on the client journey has created a mould breaker and winner in its specialised market. It has also led to a strong track record of profitable growth. The judges also noted the degree of innovation that the firm brings to new and emerging work related illness.