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Lane Neave recognised with award nominations

LANE NEAVE PRESS RELEASE
26 September 2016


Lane Neave recognised with award nominations

Lane Neave has been chosen as a finalist in two categories at the upcoming New Zealand Law Awards.

The national law firm is nominated in the Mid-size Law Firm of the Year category and new partner, Fiona McMillan, is a finalist in the Young Practice Lawyer of the Year category.

The awards recognise the top performing firms, individuals and excellence in the legal profession.

Lane Neave Managing Partner, Michael Wolfe, said the team is thrilled to have been announced as finalists, after an outstanding year of growth and success.
“To be recognised by being a finalist in the New Zealand Law Awards is a testament to the dedication, expertise and high quality client service of our lawyers and support staff across the country,” said Wolfe.

“I’m particularly proud of rising star, Fiona McMillan, who has made enormous strides since joining Lane Neave in 2007.”

“I’d also like to acknowledge the other nominees and wish them all the best.”
The winners will be announced at the New Zealand Law Awards dinner in Auckland on Thursday 17 November 2016.

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