Allens Arthur Robinson scoops plum role on Commonwealth Games

Allens Arthur Robinson has once again proved it is the top choice for major sporting events, having won the coveted role of official law firm to the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games.

The firm won the role from a host of other law firms, and will advise alongside the Games’ in-house legal team.

Chairman of the Melbourne Games, Ronald Walker, cited Allens’ previous experience as a factor in the firm’s appointment.

“Allens Arthur Robinson has been involved in the majority of significant Australian sporting events from the Olympics, Formula One Grand Prix, The Melbourne Cup and World Cup Cricket, through to assisting in the establishment of the Bradman Foundation and Rugby World Cup 2003,” he said.

The Games will be held from 15-26 March