Entrants must address all submission questions. A written reference is optional. Category description and submission questions can be found by clicking on the ‘categories’ tab on www.australianlawawards.com.au
Answers to each question must not exceed 500 words.
There are no limitations on how you choose to cover submission criteria, so be creative! However, note that you must cover all key points and answer questions directly, or your submission may be judged negatively.
Note that references are optional.
Please refer to any supporting material in your submission so that the judges can consider it. This material may differ depending on the category, and can include images, statistics, media coverage and other relevant information.
Remember to evidence any financial or business metrics or statements with supporting documentation, including audited statements, third-party independent data reports or client/partner endorsements and testimonials.
An online submission platform will open until 24 June, 2016. All responses and supporting documents can be uploaded online.
Please note that all submissions are treated with the strictest confidentiality and only viewed by the Australian Law Awards judging panel.
Lodging multiple submissions
If you are lodging submissions for multiple award categories, congratulations! Please use a common sense approach to creating submissions for multiple categories. While producing an awards submission can be a time-consuming process, there are ways in which you can reduce the work required. For example, you may be able to use the same core submission for a number of different categories, tailored to the specifics of each category.
NOTE: You will still need to lodge separate submission documents online for each award you are entering.