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Women in Business Law Awards 2022: important information and updates

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Important information and updates for the Women in Business Law Awards 2022

It is with great pleasure to inform you that the preeminent industry recognition programme for women in the practice of law, the Women in Business Law Awards, is returning for 2022 and will include a few new additions!

 In our research cycle we will ask that you submit nomination for leading practitioners and firm initiatives.

We will be recognising the top women private practice lawyers and in-house counsel, as well as the leading firm initiatives that promote women within the practice of law from 2021.

New categories

After much discussion with firms from across the globe, the Women in Business Law Awards are excited to announce two new practitioner categories for the 2022 awards:

Securities Litigation Lawyer of the Year

Arbitration Rising Star

Research cycle for 2022

Americas will open on January 17th and will close on February 24th

EMEA will open on January 24th and will close on March 10th

Asia-Pacific will open on April 7th and will close on May 5th

Register your interest today, so you do not miss out!

 

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