The Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards celebrates female talent and achievement in the law.
From the negotiating table to the boardroom, women are at the pinnacle in all areas of law. At this prestigious event, we raise a glass to the up-and-comers, the dealmakers, the innovators and the experts.
22 July – Submissions open, click here to lodge your submission
12 August – Submission close 5.30pm
5 September – Finalists announced and judging commences
27 October – Date of event
Join the industry’s best and brightest for a jam-packed, entertaining evening hosted by comedian and TV personality, Corinne Grant.
Tickets will be available to purchase shortly.
This event will sell out. Avoid disappointment by registering your interest now with Craig Lynch on 02 9922 3300.
Location and Event Timing
The Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards will be unveiled at a gala event on 27 October at the Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, 25 Collins Street, Melbourne.
Evening commences at 7.00pm
Award ceremony commences at 7.30pm
The Women in Law Awards is a gala dinner; dress code is black-tie.
In 2015, the winners of the Women in Law Awards were unveiled at a prestigious black-tie event at the Grand Hyatt Melbourne. For full list of winners click here.
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