Here are all the finalists for the 2020 Australasian Law Awards

The best of the best of the profession in Australasia will be celebrated across 34 categories in this year’s awards

Here are all the finalists for the 2020 Australasian Law Awards

The full roster of finalists for the 2020 Australasian Law Awards has finally been revealed.

Competing across 34 categories are the leading firms, in-house teams, and lawyers in Australia and New Zealand. It will be a tight race to clinch the accolades in deal awards, in-house awards, industry awards, and firm awards.

The complete list can be viewed here.

An independent panel of judges selected from across the legal profession will be judging submissions from all finalists.

The best of the best will be celebrated at a gala event coming later this year in Sydney. Book your table now for the night of nights in the Australasian legal profession this year.

The 2020 Australasian Law Awards is proudly brought to you by Clayton Utz, GlobalX, March, Resolution Institute, and Sparke Helmore Lawyers.

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