Congratulations Julia Cameron and Lindy Muto – finalists in the Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards 2023

04 October 2023

We are delighted to share the news that Rigby Cooke Lawyers’ Julia Cameron, Partner in our Corporate & Commercial group, and Lindy Muto, Head of Legal Operations, have been named as finalists in the Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards 2023.

Recognised for their excellence and commitment in their respective areas, Julia was named a finalist in the category Partner of the Year – SME Law and Lindy was named a finalist in the category Legal Operations Professional of the Year.

The Women in Law Awards is the most highly regarded awards program across Australia recognising exceptional women in the Australian legal industry. This year, 834 submissions were received with 276 high-achieving professionals named finalists across 29 categories.

Commenting on yesterday’s announcement, Bill Karvela, Managing Partner, said:

“This is fantastic news for Julia, Lindy and our firm. To be named a finalist is testament to their steadfast commitment and the outstanding contribution they continue to make at Rigby Cooke and, more broadly, the legal profession.”

Yesterday’s announcement follows Lindy’s recent success in the 2023 ALPMA Awards in which she was named Manager of the Year – Excellence in Technology & Innovation.

The winners will be announced at the Women in Law Awards to held on Thursday 23 November at the Crown, Melbourne.

The Partners and staff congratulate Julia and Lindy on this truly well-deserved recognition and wish them success on the night of the awards.

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