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            DWF's Kara Thomson shortlisted for the Women in Law Awards 2019

            Kara Thomson, Supervising Lawyer at global legal business, DWF, has been named as a finalist in the Women in Law Awards for Mentor of the Year.

            Date: 01/10/2019

            The Women in Law Awards, in partnership with Taylor Root, is Australia’s largest independent awards program for the leading women in the legal industry, celebrating the outstanding women shaping and influencing the legal industry.

            The finalist list, which was announced on 30th September, features over 269 high-achieving legal professionals across 31 categories.

            “The Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards provides a platform to celebrate the females driving the profession forward,” said Lawyers Weekly editor, Emma Ryan. 

            “Through their hard work, determination and tenacity, the finalists of this awards program are dominating the business of law, advising on some of the most noteworthy matters the country has seen over the past year.

            “On behalf of Lawyers Weekly, congratulations on your national recognition, and for championing the innovation and outstanding value you bring to the industry. We look forward to following your success now and into the future.”

            Kara Thomson, Supervising Lawyer at DWF said, "I am humbled to be recognised and proud to be a part of such an exclusive network of inspirational women. I am so appreciative of the great people I work with and mentor at DWF, because without them this recognition would not be possible.” 

            The winners will be announced at a five-star gala dinner on Friday, 22 November, at the Grand Hyatt, Melbourne. 

            For more information, please contact:
            Nahidur Rahman, Senior PR Manager
            Tel: +44 7851 796943
            Email: nahidur.rahman@dwf.law 

            Alternatively, contact the DWF press office on press.office@dwf.law   

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