Last chance to get your nominations in for the NZ Law Awards

The New Zealand Law Awards 2014 is set to be a cracker with the addition of various new categories and special guests: But beware, there’s only three more days of nominations left!

Now’s your chance to nominate yourself or your firm to win one of the most prestigious awards in the business, and you’ve only got three days left to do it.

The Awards provide companies and individuals the opportunity to celebrate and recognise excellence among their peers during the New Zealand legal industry’s night of nights on 6 November 2014.
 
The Awards categories are:
 
In-house awards
In-house Team of the Year
In-house Lawyer of the Year
Young In-house Lawyer of the Year
Insurance In-house Team of the Year
Banking and Finance In-house Team of the Year
 
Deal awards
New Zealand Deal of the Year
International Deal of the Year
Capital Markets Deal of the Year
M&A Deal of the Year
Consumer Media & Tech Deal of the Year
 
Premium
Managing Partner of the Year
Young Private Practice Lawyer of the Year
Large Law Firm of the Year
Mid-size Law Firm of the Year
Regional / Suburban Law Firm of the Year
Boutique Law Firm of the Year
Mediator of the Year
Employer of choice
 
Specialist
Insurance Law
Property and Construction Law
Intellectual Property Law
Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Employment Specialist Law
 
If you have been thinking about submitting a nomination for the 2014 New Zealand Law Awards, it’s time to act.

To mark the tenth anniversary of the event, we have introduced new awards for in-house counsel and deals. 
Nominations for the 2014 New Zealand Law Awards close on Thursday 17th July 2014. For more information and to nominate visit www.lawawards.co.nz.

Nominate now.

And don’t forget to mark your calendars for the big night – winners will be announced at a black-tie event on Thursday 6th November at the Pullman Hotel, Auckland.

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