Amanda Alidenes retains Specialist Status for 15th Year
Alidenes and Co Principal, Amanda Alidenes has retained her Accredited Specialist status with the Law Society of NSW in Family Law for the 15th year.
Specialist Accreditation is a structured peer to peer assessment process enabling legal practitioners to be recognised for their expertise. Each year the Law Society runs the accreditation program for a select number of areas of law. The program consists of meticulous assessments on both legal knowledge and its application in practice. For accreditation to be conferred, the candidate must pass all assessments.
To retain their accreditation, specialists must demonstrate a commitment to their accreditation through their work and by undertaking additional professional development.
Specialist Accreditation Chair, Richard Harvey, said
"Specialist Accreditation is held by less than 6% of the profession here in NSW. We are proud that the Specialists Accreditation is such a rigorous process and that getting accredited is just the start. When a specialist retains their accreditation year on year, their clients know the value of the advice they receive."