Lawyers Weekly, in partnership with UNSW Law, is pleased to announce the finalists for the health and medical category at this year’s 30 Under 30 Awards.
Recognition of these finalists is well deserved. Their efforts and success in advocating health and wellness initiatives while exemplifying their deep passion and interest in healthcare are noteworthy.
From advising on complex legal claims in disciplinary proceedings, registration issues, coronial inquests and healthcare complaints, it is evident these finalists had the flexibility, agility and leadership this field requires to achieve successful outcomes on several key matters.
Click here to see this year’s finalists for the 30 Under 30 Health and Medical award.
“UNSW Law is very excited to be a gold partner for the Lawyer’s Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards,” said UNSW Law dean, Professor George Williams AO.
“During these uncertain times is it important that we acknowledge and recognise the success of our young professionals working in the legal industry.
“This year’s finalists have demonstrated extraordinary commitment, and we are honoured to continue putting a spotlight on and support their contributions and achievements through these awards.
“We commend Lawyers Weekly for pivoting their efforts to an online awards ceremony and look forward to a fantastic online event.”
This year, finalists for the 30 Under 30 Awards are being revealed category-by-category.
This new approach saw the finalists revealed for the:
- Banking and finance category on Monday, 20 April.
- Construction and infrastructure category on Tuesday, 21 April.
- Mergers and acquisitions category on Wednesday, 22 April.
- Dispute resolution and litigation category on Thursday, 23 April.
- Projects, energy and resources category on Friday, 24 April.
- Corporate counsel (large business) category on Monday, 27 April.
- Real estate category on Tuesday, 28 April.
- Commercial category on Wednesday, 29 April.
- Planning and environment category on Wednesday, 29 April.
- Intellectual property category on Thursday, 30 April.
- Migration category on Thursday, 30 April.
- Media and telecommunication category on Friday, 1 May.
- Pro bono category on Friday, 1 May.
- Workplace health and safety category on Monday, 4 May.
- Insolvency category on Monday, 4 May.
- Government category on Tuesday, 5 May.
- Sports and entertainment category on Tuesday, 5 May.
- Family law category on Wednesday, 6 May.
- Financial services category on Wednesday, 6 May.
- Criminal law category on Thursday, 7 May.
- Employment and workplace relations category on Thursday, 7 May.
- Taxation category on Friday, 8 May.
- Community legal centre lawyer category on Friday, 8 May.
- Corporate counsel (SME) category on Monday, 11 May.
- Technology category on Monday, 11 May.
- Barrister category on Tuesday, 12 May.
Lawyers Weekly is committed to showcasing the outstanding achievements of our finalists in each hotly contested category. Finalists have a dedicated profile page to display their valuable contribution in strengthening Australia’s legal profession.
To learn more about the awards, click here.