New Zealand Law Awards: Nominations open for deal categories

The hunt is on for the best dealmakers in the nation’s legal sector

New Zealand Law Awards: Nominations open for deal categories

Nominations are now open for the 2019 New Zealand Law Awards to once again recognise the outstanding performance of those working in the legal services market in New Zealand.

The prestigious event will return to the Cordis, Auckland on 21 November. Twenty-six awards will be presented to the profession’s top individuals, teams and firms for their achievements over the past 12 months.

Among the categories will be those focusing on the high-profile deals made last year, including Capital Markets Deal of the Year, Consumer, Media and Tech Deal of the Year, International Deal of the Year, M&A Deal of the Year, Mid-Market Deal of the Year and New Zealand Deal of the Year.

A record crowd of 700 legal practitioners attended last year, with the New Zealand Law Awards now firmly established as the leading awards event on the industry calendar.

The full list of categories open for nomination is available online here. Nominations close 12 July.

For more information, visit http://www.lawawards.co.nz.

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