30u30 projects, energy and resources finalists revealed

By Emma Ryan|23 April 2020
30 Under 30 Awards

Lawyers Weekly, in partnership with Taylor Root, is pleased to announce the finalists for the projects, energy and resources category at this year’s 30 Under 30 Awards.

The finalists who have cemented a position in this category were celebrated for their wide range of pro bono work and innovation in not only their individual roles but also all their additional commitments.

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The finalists were credited on the vast number of matters they have advised on, helping drive the projects, energy and resources space forward in the Australian marketplace.

These finalists were considered inspiring through their repertoire of board appointments, university and teaching services and voluntary legal advisory positions within the community.

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Click here to see this year’s finalists for the 30 Under 30 Projects, Energy and Resources award.

This year, finalists for the 30 Under 30 Awards will be revealed category-by-category over the course of the next four weeks.

This new approach saw the finalists revealed for the banking and finance category on Monday, 20 April, followed by the construction and infrastructure category on Tuesday, 21 April, the mergers and acquisitions category on Wednesday, 22 April and the dispute resolution and litigation category on Thursday, 23 April.

Lawyers Weekly is committed to showcasing the outstanding achievements of our finalists in each hotly contested category. Finalists will have a dedicated profile page to display their valuable contribution in strengthening Australia’s legal profession.

To learn more about the awards, click here.

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