The countdown is on for the all-new NZ Law Awards

The New Zealand Law Awards 2014 is set to be a cracker with the addition of various new categories and special guests: But you need to get in fast because there is only 10 days left to submit your nomination

With 24 award categories recognising law firms and in-house legal teams, leading individuals and landmark deals, the 10th anniversary of the New Zealand Law Awards will be a stunner.

Online nominations for outstanding legal firms and professionals have been flooding in, but there is only 10 days left to submit your nomination.

This year it’s easier than ever to put your best case forward and be nominated.  Unlike previous years, lawyers and firms are now able to nominate themselves. 

Other changes include the re-addition of the Best Boutique Law Firm section due to popular demand, as well as eleven other new categories.

NZ Lawyer editor Kathryn Crossley says the revamped awards provide the perfect opportunity for committed industry professionals to be recognised for what they do.

“It’s the New Zealand legal profession’s night of nights and we get to celebrate the incredible talent within the industry,” she says. “We’ve all worked hard this year to represent the legal profession both in the magazine and now with these awards, and looking at the line-up, location and special guests, it’s going to be outstanding.”

As Key Media has established itself as a major international awards and events organiser, the company will draw on years of success and experience to host the unforgettable evening.

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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