Nominations now open for In-House Leaders 2020

NZ Lawyer is looking for the best in-house counsel for second annual In-House Leaders report

Nominations now open for In-House Leaders 2020

NZ Lawyer is once again on the hunt for New Zealand’s best in-house counsel to showcase in the annual In-House Leaders report.

Submit a nomination here.

The report will shine the spotlight on leading lawyers who stand above the rest for demonstrating leadership and commitment to innovation, efficiency and creativity in order to achieve excellent results and meet the needs of their organisations.

To be eligible, nominees must currently be working in the in-house legal function of a company in New Zealand with a minimum of five years’ in-house experience and be able to demonstrate a solid track record of achievement in their career to date.

The in-house counsel who stand out as the best will be featured in the In-House Leaders 2020 report to be published on the NZ Lawyer website and newsletter in October.

“It was an absolute thrill to be included in the In-House Leaders list, which celebrates and showcases leaders in our highly influential in-house legal community,” said 2019 In-House Leader Caroline Beaumont, general counsel at City Rail Link Ltd.

Access the online nomination form here.

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