FT Innovative Lawyers shortlists Lander & Rogers in five categories

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Lander & Rogers is proud to be shortlisted in five categories in the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Asia Pacific 2023 awards, a prestigious international program celebrating the achievements of future-ready law firms and legal practitioners bringing fresh thinking to the practice of law.

The firm is a finalist in the following categories:

Most innovative law firm in Asia-Pacific (HQed in Asia-Pacific).

Innovation in smart delivery, in recognition of the firm's automated solution for streamlining the Professional Services Agreement contract creation and execution process for a development and construction client.

Innovation in training & development, in recognition of the firm's Law Tech clinic, run in partnership with student organisation BotL and delivered to undergraduate law students at Monash University, University of Technology Sydney and Queensland University of Technology.

Innovative new legal professionals, recognising the professional achievements of special counsel Rohan Dias, a highly regarded construction lawyer who combines legal skills with market-leading expertise in contract and workflow automation.

Most innovative lawyers in cyber security & data governance, in recognition of a collaboration between the firm's privacy regulatory experts and technologists to assist businesses to actively manage their privacy regulatory compliance.

Winners will be announced on 4 May 2023.

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Key contacts

Genevieve Collins

Chief Executive Partner

Michelle Bey

Chief Innovation Officer & Transformation Lead

Rohan Dias

Partner, Construction and Contract Automation