Revealed: All finalists for NZ Law Awards

The list is a true snapshot of the best and brightest in the NZ legal profession right now

Revealed: All finalists for NZ Law Awards

The full list of finalists for the NZ Law Awards has now been revealed.

The selection of firms, in-house teams and individuals is a true snapshot of excellence in the legal profession. They are to be congratulated for their outstanding achievements, innovation and leadership over the past year.

The full list can be viewed here.

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Winners will be revealed during the black-tie gala on 12 November at the Cordis Auckland, where the legal profession’s best and brightest will gather to celebrate each other’s efforts.

For table reservations and more event details, visit www.lawawards.co.nz or contact the team.

NZ Lawyer would like to thank their readers as well as award sponsors Western Union Business Solutions, Artemis Executive Recruitment, Russell McVeagh, Simpson Grierson, Niche Consulting Group Limited, and Resolution Institute for supporting excellence in the profession.

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