Highlight: In-house teams battle it out for the top prizes at the Australasian Law Awards

Big names like AIA, Mastercard Australia, and Fujitsu featured among the shortlisted candidates

Highlight: In-house teams battle it out for the top prizes at the Australasian Law Awards

Australia and New Zealand’s leading in-house legal teams are battling it out for the big prizes at the 2023 Australasian Law Awards.

For Banking & Financial Services In-House Team of the Year, the legal teams from IFM Investors, Judo Bank, and UBS AG Australia have been named as Excellence Awardees. Meanwhile, the legal teams from AIA Australia and The Steadfast Group are going head to head for the Insurance In-house Team of the Year crown.

Top-tier firm Clayton Utz is sponsoring the Australian In-house Team of the Year award, with the teams from Ahpra National Legal Practice, Amcor Flexibles Asia Pacific, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Fujitsu Australia, Mastercard Australia,

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Office of Energy and Climate Change (OECC) Legal, and NSW Treasury Partners in Performance.

Over on the New Zealand side, AIA NZ, Fonterra, Spark NZ and UBS NZ are the finalists for the NZ In-house Team of the Year award.

Australasian Lawyer released the list of Excellence Awardees for the 2023 Australasian Law Awards last month.

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