Keypoint Law is delighted to share the following recent announcements:
1. Cyber Law
Philip Argy, a Consulting Principal in our Intellectual Property and Technology team, was recognised as one of the country’s leading cyber lawyers, in Australasian Lawyer’s first ever 5-Star Cyber Law Firms and Lawyers.
The list highlights 40 lawyers and 27 law firms (including Keypoint Law) that have risen to the occasion as cyber law takes off.
According to Australasian Lawyer:
“these legal talents stayed on the pulse of the market’s needs, and were well placed to tackle the novel challenges the new normal has created”.
Philip Argy is one of Australia’s most recognised IP and technology lawyers who, prior to joining Keypoint Law, led the IP and Technology Practice nationally for Mallesons (now King & Wood Mallesons) over 30 years.
2. Rising star – Women in Law Awards
Lisa Aguilar, a lawyer in our Workplace and Employment Law team, has been named as a finalist in the Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards 2021 for the category of Rising Star of the Year – SME Law.
The Women in Law Awards recognises the outstanding women influencing the legal profession in Australia displaying key leadership qualities and providing a role model for future female leaders in law to aspire to.
The editor of Lawyers Weekly, Emma Ryan stated:
“Recognising women that make up the legal profession remains of utmost importance to Lawyers Weekly and is something we’re committed to encouraging and facilitating both now and into the future. We’re incredibly humbled to be able to provide a platform to showcase the significant impact being made from women across all areas of the law. Congratulations to all of the deserving finalists.”
Winners of the Awards will be announced at a ceremony at The Star Event Centre on 25 November 2021.