Search ongoing for legal profession’s women trailblazers

NZ Lawyer is calling for entries for its inaugural Elite Women showcase

Search ongoing for legal profession’s women trailblazers

For the first time, NZ Lawyer’s 2021 Elite Women showcase aims to recognise women who prove that they are slowly changing the status quo.

Inclusion in this prestigious list is not only a recognition of the work done by these influential women, but also an affirmation that the industry continues to grow and progress in the right direction towards gender equity.

Entry is open to all women in the New Zealand legal profession. Nominations are accepted via this online form.

This report provides a platform for women trailblazers to further strengthen their profile in the legal profession. Winners will gain access to exclusive marketing and promotional opportunities designed to amplify their achievement across multiple channels.

The 2021 Elite Women report will be published in the NZ Lawyer e-newsletter and website in December.

Nominations close Friday, 1 October 2021.

Access the online form here.

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