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Awards voting closes on Monday

Awards voting closes on Monday

Time is running out to play your role in the Fuji Xerox Australian Law Awards 2005. Voting in the awards will be cut off at 5pm EST sharp on Monday 16 May. If you’ve not already voted, remember…

Time is running out to play your role in the Fuji Xerox Australian Law Awards 2005. Voting in the awards will be cut off at 5pm EST sharp on Monday 16 May. If you’ve not already voted, remember that by simply going to www.lawawards.com.au, registering and voting you go in the draw to win some fabulous prizes.

Registered voters are able to vote as many times as they please, however only their last vote in each award category is counted. Voters are able to select up to three firms in each category.

The Australian Corporate Lawyers Association, which has endorsed the awards, has been a tremendous driver, with many of its members answering the call to cast their votes. With more than $4000 worth of prizes to be won, the short investment could turn out to produce some handsome rewards. Voters are reminded that the more categories they vote in, the more times they will be entered into the prize draw, with each vote counted as a separate entry. Casting a ballot in all 33 awards will result in 33 entries into the draw.

Although interest in who is winning what awards is immense, the organisers of the event will be scrambling the rankings prior to the close of voting so that the final announcement of winners at the awards gala dinner in June will still hold some surprises.

Private practice lawyers are reminded that they can still be part of the fun by voting in the nine Premium Awards, provided that they do not vote for their own firm.

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