Registration for the 2023 Australasian Law Awards closes soon

Those looking to attend the Australasian legal profession's biggest night have only until next week

Registration for the 2023 Australasian Law Awards closes soon

Registration for the 2023 Australasian Law Awards is set to close soon as we gear up for the biggest night in the Australasian legal profession.

The awards celebrate the best legal professionals, firms and in-house teams in Australia and New Zealand. Firms that have led initiatives focusing on employee health and wellbeing, as well as tech and innovation, will also get the spotlight.

In addition, top deal work, legal service providers, arbitrators and mediators in the industry will be honoured at the glamorous black-tie gala.

Last month, Australasian Lawyer announced this year’s Excellence Awardees. A panel of expert judges comprising leaders and experts in the industry has been hard at work to pick out the winners across all 32 awards categories.

Leading comedian Dave Hughes kicks off the festivities and is set to bring fun and frivolity to the event, which will be held on 18 May at the Fullerton Hotel in Sydney.

Those who are looking to be part of this star-studded ceremony must book their table by 5 May. Once registration formally closes, interested attendees will need to get in touch with the awards team at [email protected].

Australasian Lawyer would like to thank the Resolution Institute as the premium partner for the 2023 Australasian Law Awards, as well as award sponsors Clayton Utz and SP Search & Consulting.

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