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Family Law Awards 2018: voting closes soon!

Dec 3, 2018, 17:09 PM
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Voting for the Family Law Awards is set to close on Friday 19 October

If you haven’t cast your vote yet for the three community awards, there's still time!


As usual, three of the 19 awards categories are being decided by a vote of the family law community. These categories are:

  • Clerking Team of the Year
  • Family Law Chartered Legal Executive of the Year 
  • Family Law Commentator of the Year

Voting will close at midday on Friday 19 October.

View the shortlist of candidates and vote now.
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