Women in Business Law Awards Asia 2021: winners announced
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Women in Business Law Awards Asia 2021: winners announced

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The eleventh annual Women in Business Law Awards announces winners across 71 categories

The research and editorial teamsarethrilled to congratulate all the winners of the Women in Business Law Awards Asia 2021.   


The Women in Business Lawawards celebrate the efforts and achievements of law firms and legal teams across the region in promoting the advancement of women in the legal profession and spotlight the most impressive achievements by women lawyers during the review period.  


The editorial and awards teams want toexpress their deepest gratitude to all those that participated in this year’s research and congratulate all the winners and shortlisted nominees. 


The virtual awards ceremonyand thefull list of winners can be found on the Women in Business LawAwards website via the link below. 


 


And the winners are… 


 


If you have any questions regarding our research process, please contact John Harrison.  


To find out more about how you can promote your success, please contact Anicette Indiana


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