Here are the finalists for all of this year’s Australasian Law Awards deal categories

Find out who’s among the first group of finalists for this year’s awards

Here are the finalists for all of this year’s Australasian Law Awards deal categories

The full list of deal finalists for the 2020 Australasian Law Awards has now been released.

This year’s contending deals represent the most complex and high-profile transactions in Australia and New Zealand in seven categories.

While utmost care has been taken to include all firms involved in these transactions, the deal finalists are being revealed earlier than other award categories to give any parties not identified during the nominations process the chance to let their contribution be known.

Check these year’s finalists and if your organisation or your team contributed to any of the shortlisted deals but has not been included, please contact the Australasian Law Awards team to be recognised.

The full list of finalists for all award categories – including firm awards, in-house awards, and industry awards – will be revealed in late March, after the Australasian Law Awards team have notified all finalists individually.

For more information about the awards, please visit

Winners will be celebrated in the profession’s biggest night of the year – a gala event at The Star Sydney on 21 May. The Australasian Law Awards is supported by GlobalX, Marsh, Resolution Institute, and Sparke Helmore.

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