The Australasian Law Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of Australia and New Zealand's leading legal professionals, firms and in-house teams for their contribution to the industry over the past year. They are also a way to recognise the big deals that have occupied the profession.

The awards define excellence in the legal profession, the awards night typically attracts over 650 guests and is held at the Star Sydney.

Have a look at the highlights of the 2019 night here.


Congratulations to all the Winners of the Australasian Law Awards 2019!






Harmers Workplace Lawyers has one of the most prominent Australian brands for running innovative landmark cases in employment, discrimination and workplace relations law.

This multi-award winning firm continues to be recognised as a leader in employment and industrial law. Harmers won the 2015 & 2016 Australasian Law Awards “Employment Law Specialist Firm of the Year”, and previously, was seven times winner of the ALB “Employment Specialist Firm of the Year”.

Harmers represents blue chip corporates such as James Hardie, Brickworks, Hawker Pacific, Findex, Coal Services, Altus Traffic, AICD and AFEX in a range of complex employment, WHS and industrial law matters.

As the exclusive Australian member firm for L&E Global, Harmers also joins 1500+ lawyers from North & South America, Europe and the Asia Pacific Region as a single legal powerhouse for businesses working on complex cross-border labour and employment projects.

L&E Global was awarded "Global Network of the Year" in the 2016 The Lawyer European Awards, and was ranked in the 2016 Chambers Global “Band 1 Global-Wide Employment Law Network”.

Harmers is a best practice employer, historically ranked as high as number 4 business in Australia for work-life balance; and awarded by AHRI as a leading SME employer, amongst an array of other awards in various Australian jurisdictions.

Harmers continues its pursuit of human rights and equality  through charitable pursuits and social justice causes (including the promotion of community centres, schools, children’s homes, medical and famine relief and the promotion of human rights in Africa and indigenous Australia).

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