Find the Top Lawyers and Law Firms in the Chambers Asia-Pacific Guide

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The Chambers Asia-Pacific rankings are based on in-depth analysis, facilitated by our team of experienced researchers. To find out more, please see our methodology page. Chambers rankings offer reliable recommendations on the best law firms and lawyers in Asia-Pacific, providing you with the information necessary to make an informed decision when buying legal services.

Chambers Asia-Pacific 2021

The in-depth research process for Chambers 2021 ran from February 2020 to October 2020. Asia-Pacific research timeline

Chambers Asia Pacific 2021 is now available online. This release includes 4,136 department rankings, 7,443 individual rankings, 970 new individual rankings and 399 Up-and-Comers. Asia-Pacific ranking breakdown

The guide’s most developed jurisdictions include Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea and Singapore, where we feature around 30 separate areas of law. We also cover the region’s smaller jurisdictions, such as Nepal and Afghanistan, as well as nine Pacific Island nations (with Papua New Guinea and the Marshall Islands included as separate chapters).

Chambers has been the leading source of legal market intelligence for over 30 years now. In our Asia-Pacific-wide rankings we cover the most internationally important areas of law, such as Arbitration, Capital Markets, and Corporate / M&A. This Asia-Pacific-wide section also covers areas of law not covered elsewhere in the guide – such as Offshore and Gaming & Gambling.

New in our Australia and New Zealand sections

Asia-Pacific Australia and New Zealand coverage

New in our South and South-East sections

Asia-Pacific South and South-East coverage

New in our North-East Asia coverage

This year we have added further depth to our coverage in South Korea, ranking 187 departments and 382 lawyers. We have also developed our coverage in Japan, increasing our rankings to 248 departments and 442 lawyers and also adding in a new Japan: Crisis Management (Domestic) table this year.

New in our Greater China Region – China coverage

Further rankings for the greater China Region will be released on 13 January 2021.

Asia-Pacific Greater China Region coverage