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Nominations are now open for the Family Law Awards 2018 - the awards have firmly established themselves as a highly prestigious event, celebrating the success and achievements of family lawyers and the vital contribution that they make to society. The 2018 ceremony will take place on Wednesday 28 November.
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Over the past 8 years, the Family Law Awards have firmly established themselves as a highly prestigious event, celebrating the success and achievements of family lawyers and the vital contribution that they make to society. The 2018 ceremony will take place on Wednesday 28 November.
The shortlist and winners will once again be chosen by a judging panel made up of the heads of the Family Law Bar Association, Resolution and the Association of Lawyers for Children, along with Family Law editors and publishing executives. The Pro Bono Award winner will be decided by key figures from the pro bono community.
In keeping with tradition, three of this year’s Awards will be voted for by the family law community (Clerking Team, Legal Executive, and Commentator Awards). A shortlist of four nominees will be selected by LexisNexis from the nominations received and voting will open on the Family Law Awards website in September.
This year’s charity partner will be theCoram Children’s Legal Centre. Part of the Coram group of charities, it promotes and protects the rights of children in the UK and internationally in line with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The 2018 black tie event will be held atThe Ballroom South Bank, featuring a sparkling drinks reception, three-course meal and the awards ceremony. A DJ, disco and cash bar will ensure that this year’s celebrations continue long into the night. The 2017 ceremony was attended by over 500 guests drawn from across the family law community, including solicitors’ practices, the Bar and the public sector.
See the list of awards, the criteria and have your say by submitting your nominations on theFamily Law Awards sitebefore midday Friday 15 June.