Anchored Family Law is an Australian Law Awards 2023 Finalist twice over!

Emma Maxwell
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July 6, 2023
Anchored Family Law, LawyersWeekly

Anchored Family Law has been named as a finalist in the LawyersWeekly Australian Law Awards 2023 in two categories – NewLaw Firm of the Year and Innovator of the Year (Company). 

There were over 1,000 nominees across the Country in this years’ awards – the largest nominee group in the over two decades that the awards have been running. 

The Australian Law Awards is the most highly regarded awards program across Australia, recognising excellence across the Australian legal sector. For over two decades these prestigious awards have continued to recognise those who strive to make the legal industry thrive and succeed. From managing partners and general counsel to barristers, legal scholars and rising stars, this national awards program is the pinnacle event for recognising talent in the Australian legal industry. 

Securing a place as a finalist is widely recognised as a remarkable achievement in the legal industry. It signifies the resolute determination and steadfast commitment of individuals, teams and firms playing a pivotal role in propelling the industry forward. 

Lawyers Weekly editor Jerome Doraisamy extended his congratulations to all finalists.  

“This recognition signifies the exceptional talent and dedication you have demonstrated in your respective practice areas, and demonstrates your expertise and commitment to excellence. Being a finalist in these esteemed awards is a testament to your hard work, innovation, and outstanding contributions to the legal profession,” he said.  

“Best of luck to all of our finalists – we can’t wait to celebrate with you on the night!” 

Emma Maxwell, Director at Anchored Family Law, said she was humbled to be recognised and proud to be named as a finalist in the Australian Law Awards 2023. 

“Anchored’s recognition for our excellent contribution to the legal industry reinforces the strength of our service and dedication to connecting with the community and engaging with clients,” she added.