Seeking New Zealand's biggest deals

There are six categories recognising the most significant deals that have shaped the legal landscape over the past year

Seeking New Zealand's biggest deals

Nominations are now open for the 2018 New Zealand Law Awards, celebrating excellence in the legal profession.

In addition to the categories for law firms, in-house teams and individuals, six of the categories focus on the biggest and most complex deals of the past 12 months. 

New Zealand Lawyer is looking for nominations for the following awards:

  • Capital Markets Deal of the Year
  • Consumer, Media and Tech Deal of the Year
  • International Deal of the Year
  • M&A Deal of the Year
  • Mid-Market Deal of the Year
  • New Zealand Deal of the Year

Firms, banks and advisers that have played a role in important transactions over the past 12 months are encouraged to enter.

The deal must have reached completion between 1 April 2017 and 31 March 2018. Submissions will be judged based on the deals’ size, complexity, breadth and innovation.

The winners of the individual deal categories will automatically become finalists for the New Zealand Deal of the Year award.

Click here to view the full list of award categories and nominate before Friday 13 July.

The New Zealand Law Awards will be held at the Cordis, Auckland on Thursday 15 November.

 

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