Search underway for legal profession's top in-house counsel

Australasian Lawyer is calling for entries for the inaugural In-house Leaders list

Search underway for legal profession's top in-house counsel


For the first time, Australasian Lawyer is putting together a showcase of the most influential in-house counsel. The In-house Leaders list will recognise those individuals who are best demonstrating leadership by driving innovation, efficiency and creativity in meeting the needs of their organisations.

To be considered, nominees should have at least five years’ experience in an in-house legal role and be able to demonstrate a solid track record of achievement in their career to date.

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The entry process is simple and free – just complete this short online form. Nominations can be made on behalf of a colleague or industry peer and self-nominations are also accepted. No sensitive information will be published.

The In-house Leaders list will be announced in the Australasian Lawyer newsletter and website later this year. Entries close 5 July. 

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