Australian Young Lawyer Awards
The Australian Young Lawyer Awards is conducted annually by the Law Council of Australia's Young Lawyers' Committee and recognises excellence in young lawyers and young lawyer organisations.
To be eligible for the award, a nominee must either be a young lawyer who has made a continuous and outstanding contribution to the profession and the community, or alternatively, a young lawyer organisation that has implemented a program relating to professional or community issues over the preceding financial calendar year.
Call for nominations
Nominations for the 2019 Australian Young Lawyer Awards are now open. Nominations close 5pm (AEST), 26 July 2019. You can download the nomination form here.
For information on the Awards, including nomination criteria please see the 2019 Australian Young Lawyer Awards Guide.
32-year-old Melbourne lawyer Tamsin Webster has won the 2018 Australian Young Lawyer Award for her continuous and outstanding contribution to the legal profession and the community through pro bono work. Ms Webster joined Maddocks as a graduate in 2011 and immediately immersed herself in the pro bono and volunteering opportunities offered by the firm. She is currently a Senior Associate in the Employment, Safety & People team.
Please see the Law Council's Media Release for further information.
For more information about the Award, please contact:
Mr John Farrell
T. 02 6246 3714