Coast lawyer’s 30-year career recognised – Sunshine Coast Daily

A Coast lawyer humbled with being named as a finalist in the LawyersWeekly Australian Law Awards 2020 said his job has allowed him to live by the “ethos of giving back”.

The founder of Argon Law John Gallagher has more than 30 years’ experience in commercial and property law as well as wills and estate planning and is motivated by helping clients to achieve best possible outcomes.

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Mr Gallagher said he was humbled to be recognised and proud to be named as a finalist in the Australian Law Awards 2020.

“I truly have the privilege of working with an incredible team at Argon Law and I thank each and every one of my team for their incredible part in making Argon Law the firm it is,” he said.

“I live by the ethos of giving back and the success of Argon Law has meant that I can continue to contribute to the community through sponsorship of the Buderim9 Challenge Ride and the Sunshine Coast Art Prize.”

The Australian Law Awards recognise excellence across the legal profession and showcase professional development and innovation, celebrating those that are leading the way in the industry.

The Australia-wide search features over 320 high-achieving finalists in the legal profession across 34 submission-based categories.

“It is our pleasure to mark the 20th year anniversary of the Australian Law Awards,” LawyersWeekly editor Emma Ryan said.

“This annual event represents the premier benchmark for those operating in the business of law, covering vast practice areas, level of experience and contribution to the profession.”

The awards ceremony will be broadcast live this year and will be held on August 7.

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