One more day to nominate for the NZ Law Awards!

Nominations for the NZ Law Awards close this Thursday, 17 July. If you think your firm has what it takes to compete at the very top of the industry, nominate now!

If you think you have what it takes to compete at the very top of the industry, nominate yourself or your team now for an NZ Law Award.

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.

But you must get in quick – nominations close tomorrow.

Is it your turn this year?

“The Lowndes Associates team works extremely hard. Our clients are smart and demanding.
Our team works to deliver exceptional client service and excellent skilled advice. The value of much of our work is hard to measure.
We are all refugees from the very large law firms looking to get back to responsive service and advice from our senior and mid-level team.

Our team is deeply rewarded that the profession and our clients feel that we are continuing to deliver in these key aspects. The Law Awards are valuable recognition for the team for work they have put into some of the very exciting projects we have been working on – which put them under considerable pressure.”

Mark Lowndes, managing partner of Lowndes Associates, Mid-Size Firm of the Year 2013.

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. 

View the award categories
Nominations for the 2014 New Zealand Law Awards close on Thursday 17th July 2014. For more information and to nominate visit

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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