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The Best Lawyers™


More recognition for KHQ’s top flight team, with several of our lawyers being recognised in the 10th edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Australia!

This is the third consecutive year that Peter and Fiona have been so recognised, and the second consecutive year for Gina. Congratulations, team!

Legal 500 Asia Pacific Leading Firm 2018

Legal 500 Asia Pacific


We are proud to announce that KHQ Lawyers has again been recognised as a Leading Firm (Employment) in Australia for 2018 by the Legal 500 Asia Pacific.

Chris Gianatti, Director of our Workplace Relations & OHS team, is a Band 1 ‘Leading Individual’ for the fourth consecutive year, and Senior Associate Claire Brown joins the ranks as a Recommended lawyer.

Congratulations to Chris, Claire & the team!

Doyles Guide


KHQ Lawyers has been recommended in the Leading Employment Law Firms (Employer Representation) Victoria category for 2018 in the well-regarded Doyles Guide.

Doyles Guide compiles its rankings via independent research based on peer-review, client interviews and industry bodies.

Director of our Workplace Relations & OHS team, Chris Gianatti, has also been recommended in the Leading Employment Lawyers (Employer Representation) Victoria category for 2018.

Congratulations to Chris and the team!

Recent News & Insights

In pursuit of excellence – KHQ implements Net Promoter System

Posted By on 23/02/18 at 9:57 AM

KHQ Lawyers has taken its passion for excellence one step further with the successful implementation of the Net Promoter System. Long used by highly customer focused companies like Apple and Amazon, the team at Melbourne based KHQ Lawyers have demonstrated their commitment to delivering outstanding client service by successfully implementing client satisfaction and loyalty measurement … Read more

Who’s who in the zoo – how independent is your Australian IP Attorney?

Posted By on 23/02/18 at 9:51 AM

Increasing concerns in Australia and New Zealand around conflicts arising from the new business model of publicly listed companies acquiring multiple Australian and New Zealand IP Firms have led to the new Code of Conduct for Trans-Tasman Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys 2018 which commences today. These concerns are centred on the independence of these … Read more

E-conveyancing – does anyone want to settle electronically?

Posted By on 21/02/18 at 2:54 PM

Unless you’re been living under a rock (or you’re unlucky enough not to practice in property law), the terms PEXA and e-conveyancing should be familiar to you. E-conveyancing is possibly the biggest shake up to conveyancing practice since the Torrens title system was introduced, and time is ticking on seemingly archaic paper transactions. So why … Read more