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Women in Business Law Awards Europe 2021: register for the virtual awards ceremony

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Register to attend the Women in Business Law Awards Europe 2021 virtual ceremony on June 24

The Women in Business Law Awards Europe 2021 virtual awards ceremony is fast approaching.

The ceremony will take place on June 24 at 1600 [4PM] BST.

Register now to secure your place at the legal industry’s premier awards ceremony that recognises the leading women lawyers from across Europe.

REGISTER HERE

View the nominees that made our shortlist for 2021.

About the awards

The Women in Business Law Awards celebrates the efforts and achievements of law firms across the whole of Europe in helping women to advance in the legal profession and spotlight the most impressive achievements by women lawyers from work completed during the review period. The awards aim to recognise not only the women who are leading their practice specialisms, but also those women that are emerging talents in their respective fields.

If you have any questions regarding our research process, please contact John Harrison: john.harrison@legalmediagroup.com

To find out more - and how you can promote your success - please contact Tanya Gujral: tanya.gujral@euromoneyplc.com

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