In-House Leaders 2020 nominations close tomorrow

Don’t miss this chance to recognise Australia’s best in-house counsel

In-House Leaders 2020 nominations close tomorrow

A huge number of nominations have come in for Australasian Lawyer’s In-House Leaders 2020 report over the past few weeks. Readers who have yet to nominate a deserving in-house professional only have until tomorrow.

Submit a nomination now.

To be considered, nominees need to have worked in an in-house legal role for at least five years and be able to demonstrate a solid track record of achievement in their careers to date.

Nominations can be submitted on a colleague’s behalf; self-nominations are also accepted. The best of the best will be announced on the Australasian Lawyer website and newsletter. They will also be given access to exclusive promotional opportunities.

Submit a nomination now.

“The In-House Leaders list provides a valuable public platform for recognising leaders in the in-house profession.  Following my listing I was able to use it to promote the role of the in-house team within my organisation as well as being able to connect with other leaders who reached out after the listing,“ said 2019 In-House Leader Charles Cho, general counsel for the NSW Treasury.

Nominations will close tomorrow, 17 July 2020.

The In-house Leaders 2020 winners will be profiled on the Australasian Lawyer website and newsletter in September.

Further information can be found on the online nomination form here.

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