Senior Legal Clerk Wendy Cousens named Finalist in the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards

Coleman Greig is delighted to announce that Senior Legal Clerk, Wendy Cousens has been named a finalist in the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards 2020 in the category of ‘Legal Support Professional of the Year’.

Winning an Australian Law Award is a highly prestigious accolade. Award recipients represent a true cross section of the legal industry, recognising the contributions of the profession’s most senior ranks through to its rising stars.

Wendy was humbled and honoured to be recognised and named a Finalist in the ‘Legal Support Professional of the Year’ category.

Principal/Director and Head of Family Law, Malcolm Gittoes-Caesar, said that “Wendy’s contribution and dedication to the family law team is immeasurable and an inspiration to all those she comes into contact with.”

Wendy is passionate about mentoring upcoming lawyers and helping them be the best they can be. She is also a big believer in continuous learning and education and is always striving to achieve excellence.  

The Australian Law Awards celebrate and showcase professional development and innovation, recognising both the individuals and firms that are leading the way in the legal industry.

“This annual event represents the premier benchmark for those operating in the business of law, covering vast practice areas, level of experience and contribution to the legal profession,” said Lawyers Weekly editor Emma Ryan.

Award winners will be announced on Friday, 7 August 2020 at 7pm. To find out more and register, visit the Lawyers Weekly website here

In the meantime, we extend our congratulations and well wishes to all of the finalists.


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