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Anderson Lloyd success at New Zealand Law Awards

November 18 2016

Anderson Lloyd success at New Zealand Law Awards

Anderson Lloyd is celebrating a third consecutive win as Best Mid-Sized Law Firm of The Year, following last night's New Zealand Law Awards in Auckland.

Anderson Lloyd also won the prestigious Employer of Choice Award, for firms with more than 100 staff.

"This important recognition is a reflection of the efforts of all our partners and staff," says Anderson Lloyd chairman of partners, Frazer Barton.

"The awards recognise our contribution as a leading New Zealand law firm. This year we have embarked on a new strategic direction which includes a commitment to innovation, sustainability and community. We are pleased to see this recognised in receiving both of these awards.

"We were also delighted to have been nominated in Deal Team of the Year (more than 100 Employees), International Deal of the Year, M&A Deal of the Year and Mid-Market Deal of the Year.

"With offices in Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin and Queenstown we are providing a seamless legal service to New Zealand and overseas clients and this is reflected in our success.

"The Employer of Choice Award reflects our strong culture and our commitment to developing and supporting staff. It is wonderful to see these efforts recognised."
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