Hicksons Lawyers recognised in Lawyers Weekly's Women in Law Awards

Hicksons is delighted to share that the following team members have been selected as finalists for the Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards for 2023:

Colleen Weiler – Legal Operations Professional of the Year
Kezia David – Special Counsel of the Year
Talia Srage – Rising Star of the Year (BigLaw)
The Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards recognises exceptional women who are leading the charge in Australian law.

We congratulate Colleen, Kezia and Talia and are proud to share their successes.

More information on the Women in Law Awards, including finalists can be found here.

Hicksons looks forward to the results in November.

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