Final week to nominate an outstanding woman leader

Time is running out to be part of NZ Lawyer's inaugural Elite Women list

Final week to nominate an outstanding woman leader

Entries for the Elite Women 2021 showcase will close this Friday, 1 October. Readers and colleagues are invited to submit their nominations for this list of inspiring women via this online form.

Inclusion in the list is a clear recognition of one’s professional standing and influence in the industry. Participation is open to all outstanding women in the New Zealand legal profession.

This annual ranking provides a wealth of opportunity for professionals looking to build their profile in the industry. Winners will be featured in NZ Lawyer online and in an official e-report. They will also gain access to exclusive marketing and promotional opportunities designed to amplify their achievement across multiple channels. 

Deadline of nominations is this Friday, 1 October 2021.

The 2021 Elite Women report will be published in the NZ Lawyer e-newsletter and website in December.

Access the online form here.

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