McAuley Lawyers Snowy Mountains office selected as a finalist in the Snowy Monaro Business Awards

Apr 24, 2023 | Publication

McAuley Lawyers has been selected as one of the finalists in the prestigious Excellence in Micro Business Award in the Snowy Monaro Business Awards.

The prestigious awards ceremony aims to celebrate and recognise the outstanding achievements of businesses and individuals in the Snowy Monaro region of New South Wales.

McAuley Lawyers is a well-respected law firm that has been serving the Snowy Mountains community for many years. The firm is known for its dedication to providing excellent legal services and its commitment to supporting the local community.

The Snowy Monaro Business Awards are highly competitive, with many businesses vying for the top spot. The awards recognise excellence across a range of categories, including customer service, innovation, and community engagement.

Being selected as a finalist is a testament to McAuley Lawyers’ commitment to excellence and dedication to its clients. The firm’s Snowy Mountains office is proud to have been recognized for its contribution to the local community and its commitment to delivering outstanding legal services.

The winners of the Snowy Monaro Business Awards will be announced at a gala ceremony later this year.

In response to the news, Stephen McAuley of McAuley Lawyers’ Snowy Mountains office, said, “We are thrilled to have been selected as a finalist in the Snowy Monaro Business Awards. This is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team, who are committed to providing excellent legal services and supporting the local community. We are proud to be a part of the Snowy Mountains community and look forward to continuing to serve our clients for many years to come.”

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