Record crowd to attend Australasian Law Awards

The legal profession’s finest will be recognised at the awards ceremony Thursday evening

Record crowd to attend Australasian Law Awards
A record crowd of 670 legal professionals will gather at The Star Sydney for the Australasian Law Awards Thursday evening.

The 34 awards to be given at this year’s event will recognise the best firms, deals and in-house teams of the year across Australia and New Zealand.

The black-tie event will be hosted by Australian journalist and author Peter FitzSimons and will feature a performance from acoustic band, Luke Zanc Trio.

View the full list of finalists online.

The team at Australasian Lawyer would like to wish all the finalists the very best of luck ahead of Thursday night and thank event partner FTI Consulting and all award sponsors for their support. Here are some important details about the event:

Date: Thursday 18 May
Venue: The Star Sydney, Event Centre
Time: 7pm: Networking, drinks/7:30pm: Awards program/10:45pm: Drinks and dancing
Dress: Black tie

The full list of award winners will be available online on Friday and in an upcoming special edition of Australasian Lawyer magazine. You can follow live updates from the event tomorrow night on Twitter at @Aus_Lawyer and #AusLawAwards. For more information, visit www.auslawawards.com.au.

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