AJ Park named Intellectual Property Specialist Law Firm of the Year at the New Zealand Law Awards 2019
Friday 22 November 2019
We are thrilled to announce that last night, AJ Park was named Intellectual Property (IP) Specialist Law Firm of the Year at the New Zealand Law Awards 2019. The firm was also a finalist in the Legal Personnel Employer of Choice (<50 lawyers) category, and Managing Director, Damian Broadley, was a finalist in the Managing Partner of the Year category.
From left to right: Pritesh Lohani, Anton Blijlevens, Amanda Griffiths, Daniel Hearn, Ben Sullivan, Natalie Harre, Brook Dyer, Hadleigh Brown, Jonathan Aumonier-Ward
The New Zealand Law Awards celebrate and reward excellence in the legal profession, recognising the outstanding achievements of individuals, firms and in-house teams operating across the full spectrum of the legal sector in New Zealand.
AJ Park’s Managing Director, Damian Broadley, says the firm’s success comes down to a winning combination of expertise, talent and innovative clients.
We’ve invested over 128 years in securing our position as the internationally-recognised gold standard provider of in IP services in New Zealand—and we’re privileged to have one of the largest, most experienced teams of IP specialists in the region.
We have undergone unprecedented internal change during the last year and have emerged as an even stronger firm by increasing efficiency and responsiveness and maintaining a positive work culture for our people. We’re so proud of our talented and committed team, and thankful for our clients, who continue to innovate and demand the very best from us.
It’s been an outstanding year for AJ Park. We look forward to another successful year!
AJ Park would like to extend congratulations to all of last night’s winners and finalists across the 28 categories. A special shout out to?Spark New Zealand who won In-House Team of the Year. We would also like to thank Key Media for putting on a fantastic event.?
A full list of the winners can be viewed here.
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