Wanted: Firms driving the legal profession forward

Deadline looming for NZ Lawyer Innovative Firms 2020

Wanted: Firms driving the legal profession forward

Entries for NZ Lawyer’s annual Innovative Firms report close next week.

Entries are currently open for NZ Lawyer’s annual Innovative Firms report, showcasing firms across New Zealand that are leading changes in the legal industry.

"We're proud to be recognised as a firm that is leading the industry in innovative practices. We're always looking for new ways to provide value to our clients, and it feels great to be acknowledged for that.” said Victoria Stewart, CEO of Simonds Stewart, Innovative Firms 2019.

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The report will showcase New Zealand law firms at the forefront of change and innovation, either through pioneering technology, the implementation of new team structures or fresh ways of working with clients.

The best submissions will be profiled in the Innovative Firms 2020 report, to be published on the NZ Lawyer website and newsletter, read by thousands of professionals across the country. Winners will also be given access to exclusive marketing collateral to build their reputation.

Entry is easy and completely free of charge, simply complete this online entry form.

Submit your entries before the deadline on 21 February.

The Innovative Firms 2020 report, proudly sponsored by CloudCheck, will be published on the NZ Lawyer website and newsletter in April.

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