New Zealand Law Awards finalists revealed

See who’s in the running for awards in the profession’s biggest annual event

New Zealand Law Awards finalists revealed

Those in the running for awards in the profession’s biggest annual event have been revealed.

Finalists for the 2019 New Zealand Law Awards have been unveiled. Click here to view the full list of categories and finalists this year.

The best of the best of the legal profession, judged across 28 categories, will be celebrated at the gala night on 21 November at the Cordis Auckland. They’ll vie for prestigious accolades this year, including New Zealand Deal Awards, Russell McVeagh In-house Team of the Year, MinterEllisonRuddWatts In-house Lawyer of the Year.

NZ Lawyer invites those interested to attend the black-tie event to book their tables now. For more information, please visit http://lawawards.co.nz/.

The 2019 New Zealand Law Awards is proudly supported by Anderson Lloyd, Anthony Harper, Artemis Executive Recruitment, K3 Legal, Kensington Swan, Law Plus, MinterEllisonRuddWatts, Niche Recruiting Specialists, Resolution Institute, Russell McVeagh, and Simpson Grierson.

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