Tisher Liner FC has been shortlisted as a finalist to win Commercial Team of the Year and Property Team of the Year at the Australian Law Awards 2018, hosted by Lawyers Weekly, Australia’s leading legal news source.

The 18th annual Australian Law Awards, in partnership with UNSW Law, recognises the outstanding contribution of Australia’s top lawyers and legal firms across 33 categories. Winners in the individual categories will automatically be shortlisted for the coveted Lawyers Weekly Excellence Award.

Lawyers Weekly editor, Emma Ryan, said this year’s Australian Law Awards is set to be the biggest yet.

“The Australian Law Awards is the pinnacle of events for the nation’s legal profession,” Ms Ryan said.

“This year’s finalists radiate an outstanding level of professionalism, dedication and drive to take the business of law to greater heights, from the managing partners and general counsel to the barristers, legal scholars and young guns.

“It is our honour to host this event for the 18th year running. On behalf of the team, I’d like to congratulate all of this year’s finalists. We look forward to celebrating with you soon.”

Jonathan Tisher, Managing Partner at Tisher Liner FC said he was humbled by the nomination and commends the teams for their consistent hard work.

Tisher Liner FC Law are accredited specialists in Business Law, Property Law, Commercial Litigation and Family Law and have been providing premium legal services to clients for over 45 years. We offer our clients the expertise and industry experience of a top-tier law firm, combined with the personal service and understanding that only a client-focused, smaller firm can provide.

“Tisher Liner FC’s recognition for its excellent contribution to Commercial and Property Law reinforces our team’s strength in connecting with the community and engaging with our clients.” he added.

The winners will be announced at a black-tie awards dinner on Friday, 31 August 2018 at The Star, Sydney.

For a full listing of finalists click here.

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