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AALA Recognises Industry Award Recipients and Finalists

Updated: Jun 26



The annual industry awards are being hosted by various organisations.

We know that some of our Members are finalists and winners of these industry awards. To show our support for them as they have done so for us, we invited our Members to submit details of their recent recognition.


Major congratulations to all our Members who were nominees, finalists and recipients, including:



AMANDA DO



Finalist in the recent Lawyer's Weekly, National 30 under 30 Awards, in the categories of:

  1. Insurance; and

  2. Dispute Resolution and Litigation.

"It was a great honour to be an Asian lawyer recognised as a finalist in the Lawyer's Weekly 30 under 30 awards. I am very fortunate to have received great support from my mentors and colleagues in all stages of my career."




CATHY CHAN


Winner of Thomson Reuter's ALB SEA 2022 "Construction and Real Estate In-house Team of the Year".


"As an Asian Australian lawyer, I am grateful for the opportunity to lead an exceptional and dedicated team of professionals in a global investment firm. Representation matters and I am glad to have played a part in paving the way for those who come after me."


MICHAEL TANGONAN


Winner in the recent Lawyer's Weekly, National 30 under 30 Awards, in the category of Corporate Counsel (Large Business).


The 30 Under 30 Awards are hosted

by Lawyers Weekly on an annual basis to recognise young lawyers across Australia for their professional competency, passion for the law, and dedication to personal achievement. This year there were over 619 submissions and 274 finalists. On of our members, Michael Tangonan, has won the 30 Under 30 for the Corporate Counsel (Large Business) category recognising his achievements in-house at AMP as well as the ongoing advocacy work he is doing with AALA relating to cultural diversity in the profession. Michael is a firm believer that lawyers have a higher social calling and that we should work towards broadening access to justice, regardless of background.



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