Chambers Asia-Pacific Guide
For the last several years, Castledine Gregory was the only Western Australian law firm ranked in the area of ‘Native Title – Traditional Owners’. The Chambers guide is an internationally recognised objective assessment of law firms based on consultations with clients, peers and consultants.
The 2018 Guide has recognised Graham Castledine as a leading Planing and Environmental Lawyer in Western Australia
The 2017 Guide provided the following description of our firm:
‘What the team is known for – Widely acknowledged Perth-based offering, known for assisting Aboriginal groups, resources and infrastructure players and government agencies with native title and related negotiations. Also advises traditional owner groups on a broad range of issues including cultural heritage matters, native title claims, indigenous land use agreements and trust structures.
Graham Castledine is “a veteran in the native title space,” having practised within the discipline since its inception. He offers a comprehensive range of both native title and cultural heritage expertise, and experience of advocacy to High Court level and before the Native Title Tribunal, and is especially “highly regarded for his role in meditations and facilitations.”
The 2016 Guide provides the following description of our firm:
‘What the team is known for – Widely respected Perth-based offering known for its assistance with native title negotiations. Advises traditional owner groups on a broad range of issues including cultural heritage matters, native title claims, indigenous land use agreements and trust structures.
Graham Castledine is described by sources as a “very good operator.” In addition to native title and cultural heritage matters, he also advises clients in the areas of town planning and environment law, administrative law and regulatory issues. He also has significant expertise in mediation.
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The Doyles Guide has recognised Castledine Gregory and its practitoners in the areas of native title, planning and environmental law. The Guide is Australia focused, and its recommendations come from interviews conducted by independent persons with peers, clients and relevant industry bodies.
In 2015, Castledine Gregory came recommended for Native Title, as did its partners, Graham Castledine and Mark Gregory.
Native Title Firm: http://doylesguide.com/leading-native-title-law-firms-australia-2015/
Native Title Practitioners: http://doylesguide.com/leading-native-title-lawyers-australia-2015/
You can read more about the Doyles Guide here: http://doylesguide.com/