Australasian Law Awards 2022 seeks the legal profession's superstars

The best and brightest in the industry will be crowned at a live ceremony in May

Australasian Law Awards 2022 seeks the legal profession's superstars

The Australasian Law Awards is looking for 2022’s top legal stars.

The prestigious awards celebrate the achievements of law firms, in-house legal teams, lawyers, arbitrators, mediators and service providers across 32 different categories. The awards will spotlight the top deal work in the industry.

Past winners include leading firms like Allen & Overy, King & Wood Mallesons and MinterEllison, as well as the in-house legal teams of Macquarie Capital and AIA Capital.

After two years of virtual announcements, the 2022 Australasian Law Awards victors will be crowned live and in person at a black-tie gala.

Submissions can be made online for as many categories as applicable. The nominations period officially kicked off on 5 January, and will end on 4 February.

Australasian Lawyer will unveil the Excellence Awardees for each categories in March. The submissions of these finalists will then be reviewed by an independent judging panel.

The awards ceremony will be held in the Hilton Sydney on 19 May.

Those looking to submit nominations can do so here.

Australasian Lawyer would like to extend special thanks to award sponsors Clayton Utz, Dye & Durham and Resolution Institute for supporting this event and the recognition of legal excellence. For sponsorship opportunities or further inquiries, contact [email protected].

 

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