2024 NZ Law Awards sponsor seeks to support the property and construction sector

Baker Tilly Staples Rodway recognises the legal profession's vital role in this important industry

2024 NZ Law Awards sponsor seeks to support the property and construction sector

The property and construction sector “plays a pivotal role in economic growth and job creation”, as Mike Rudd, director – taxation services at Baker Tilly Staples Rodway, puts it.

Thus, the NZ Law Awards sponsor is on the lookout for this year’s Property & Construction Specialist Law Firm of the Year.

“'We are dedicated to supporting the property and construction industry”, Rudd said. “The specialist law firms that assist help ensure sustained success and resilience in this dynamic sector”.

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The NZ Law Awards opened to nominations on 10 June, seeking the best in the New Zealand legal profession across 26 categories. The event will honour the achievements of individuals, law firms, in-house teams and mediators; the awards will also highlight standout deal work and crucial initiatives implemented by organisations to spotlight diversity and inclusion.

The submissions period for nominations will end on 12 July. Those looking to put forward names can do so online; you can submit nominations for as many categories as you like.

Excellence Awardees will be announced on 5 September. A panel of independent expert judges will then determine those who are worthiest to be crowned as victors.

Comedy star Urzila Carlson will be the host of the ceremony to be held at Auckland’s Viaduct Events Centre on 28 November. Members of the legal profession are invited to glam up in their best black-tie outfits.

NZ Lawyer would like to extend special thanks to event partner LEAP Legal Software, as well as to event sponsors LexisNexis, Chisholm Clarke, Realaml, Robert Walters, Fluid Legal Recruitment, James & Wells, Russell McVeagh, Baker Tilly Staples Rodway, and Artemis Executive Recruitment for supporting this event and the recognition of legal excellence.

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