Registrations ongoing for the Australasian Law Awards

There's only two weeks to go until the biggest night of the Australasian legal profession

Registrations ongoing for the Australasian Law Awards

There's only two weeks to go until the biggest night of the Australasian legal profession, and Australasian Lawyer is putting out the call for attendee registrations.

Those who wish to be there to celebrate the best of the best in this industry don't have much time left to book their table.

The awards recognise the top legal professionals, firms, in-house teams, arbitrators and mediators in Australia and New Zealand each year. The awards also highlight organisations that have prioritised caring for their people and that have stepped up in terms of capitalising on technological progress.

The awards also spotlight the landmark deals that have been made over the past 12 months, as well as the valuable contributions of legal service providers to the profession. Since the Excellence Awardees were announced in March, a panel of expert judges has been hard at work determining the top candidates across 32 categories.

Winners will be announced at a black-tie gala to be held on 18 May. Renowned comedian Dave Hughes will host the event, bringing his signature style to Sydney’s Fullerton Hotel.

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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