Finalists revealed for Australasian Law Awards

These lawyers and firms will compete across 34 categories that honour the year’s outstanding achievements in the legal profession

Finalists revealed for Australasian Law Awards
The finalists for the 2017 Australasian Law Awards were announced earlier this week.

Across 34 categories, these individuals, firms and in-house teams are to be congratulated for their outstanding achievements in the legal profession over the past year.

Click here to find out who they are.

All finalists will be asked to complete a submission for an independent panel of judges selected from across the legal profession. Winners will be announced at the black-tie awards ceremony on Thursday 18 May at The Star, Sydney. To book a table to attend the event click here.

The 2017 Australasian Law Awards is proudly sponsored by FTI Consulting together with AIG, Clayton Utz, Gilbert + Tobin, GlobalX, JLT, LOD – Lawyers on Demand, Resolution Institute, Russell McVeagh and Sparke Helmore.


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