An evening of celebration at the 2022 NZ Law Awards

Event partner says "it's time to bring in the sunshine"

An evening of celebration at the 2022 NZ Law Awards

The New Zealand legal profession will come together for an evening of celebration at the upcoming 2022 New Zealand Law Awards ceremony.

The event will be held in person for the first time since 2019 as a black-tie gala affair at the Cordis Auckland. AM on Three anchor host Ryan Bridge will kick off the festivities at 7:30pm on 10 November.

Since the announcement of the excellence awardees in August, a panel of expert judges comprising in-house legal leaders and law firm leaders have been evaluating the finalists selected across 25 categories. The categories recognise standout firms, lawyers, mediators, in-house legal teams, and deal work over the past year in New Zealand; in addition, this year’s awards will put a spotlight on firms that prioritised fostering excellent workplace culture.

Once all the winners have been crowned, attendees are invited to cut loose on the dance floor to music provided by The Hipstamatics.

“We’ve come through a big storm and now it’s time to bring in the sunshine and celebrate,” said Trevor Slater, COO at event partner Resolution Institute.

Seats are almost sold out so make sure to book a table now.

NZ Lawyer would also like to thank Artemis Executive Recruitment, Lane Neave, James & Wells, Russell McVeagh and Robert Walters for supporting the recognition of excellence in the legal industry as awards sponsors.

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