Nominations open for 2023 NZ Law Awards

The biggest night for the NZ profession is set to take place on 23 November

Nominations open for 2023 NZ Law Awards

The window for nominations to the 2023 NZ Law Awards has opened, welcoming submissions that celebrate the best of the country’s legal profession.

The awards will honour the achievements of individuals, law firms, in-house teams and mediators in New Zealand across 25 categories. They will also spotlight remarkable deal work and valuable initiatives implemented by organisations to highlight diversity and inclusion.

Excellence Awardees will be announced on 31 August. A panel of independent expert judges will then come together to identify those who are most deserving of the crowns.

“We look forward to bringing together legal professionals, thought leaders, and industry experts to celebrate exceptional accomplishments and contributions to the legal field”, explained Aya Riola, general manager – NZ for event partner LexisNexis.

This year’s NZ Law Awards ceremony will be held at the Cordis Auckland on 23 November. Members of the legal profession will get to sparkle in their best black-tie attire on the big night, which will be hosted by The Nutters Club’s Mike King.

The nominations period for the 2023 NZ Law Awards will run until 7 July. Those looking to put forward names can do so online; you can submit nominations for as many categories as you like.

NZ Lawyer would like to extend special thanks to event partner LexisNexis, as well as to event sponsors Resolution Institute, Fluid Recruitment, James & Wells, Russell McVeagh and Artemis Executive Recruitment, for supporting this event and the recognition of legal excellence.

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