In the Spotlight – Jon May, Chamberlains Law Firm


In the Spotlight – Jon May, Chamberlains

In this episode, we are meeting with Jon May, Director at the Chamberlains law firm. Chamberlains is a full-service law firm with niche expertise in the cryptocurrency sector, drawing on knowledge from its commercial, tax and litigation teams. The firm has been helping clients in the sector for some time but is now accepting payments in most major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. Chamberlains Law Firm was the Australiasian Law Awards Law Firm of the year in 2020 and has kept cumulating industry awards throughout the years. 

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About Jon May

Jon has been a lawyer in the Australian Capital Territory since 2007, during which time he has run some of the largest litigation in the ACT.
Jon applies a practical client-focused approach to each case, which means that he works closely with his clients to achieve the best result in each case. This approach is borne out of Jon’s ability to problem solve difficult legal issues in highly litigious circumstances.
Jon is known for his ability to run complex estate litigation matters and also medical negligence claims. He has run some of the most complex medical negligence litigation in the ACT and in doing so has achieved many great results for his clients.


In the Spotlight

In the Spotlight recognises legal and accounting practitioners who demonstrate innovation, success, and commitment throughout their work. 

Each month, we select individuals or firms to acknowledge the positive impact they have had on their community or their industry sector. If you think you know someone who fits the bill, please send us a 100-word summary to telling us why they deserve recognition.

Submission criteria:

  • The legal or accounting professional has shown an unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction while still assuring the profitability and viability of their business or profession.
  • They have helped a client turn around business profits with innovative business opportunities.
  • They have outperformed their peers in their sectors, market segments and geographical areas in terms of community service.

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