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Inaugural Women in Business Law Global Awards

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The Women in Business Law Awards announces the launch of the inaugural Global Awards

We are excited to announce that in December 2022 the Women in Business Law Awards will be hosting the inaugural Women in Business Law Global Awards.  


Starting this year, the Women in Business Law Awards will not only be recognising the leading law firms and in-house teams regionally for their achievements in promoting women in the practice of law, but will also be recognising the most impressive and ground-breaking initiatives at a global level.  


The Global Awards will take into consideration all the submissions from across the three regional Women in Business Law Awards for 2022.  


The deadlines for submitting to the awards will coincide with each of the regional deadlines: 


Americas: February 24 2022 

EMEA: March 10 2022 

APAC: May 5 2022 


For a full list of the global categories, definitions, and further information on the research, please download the methodology


For more information about the Women in Business Law Awards, please contact our awards editor John Harrison


For questions concerning commercial and marketing opportunities please contact Nick Heath


 


Women in Business Law Awards


The Women in Business Law Awards aims to recognise and celebrate the efforts and achievements of law and professional services firms from across the world in helping women to advance in the legal profession. The regional awards also strive to shine a spotlight on the most impressive achievements of by women lawyers during the review period. These awards are researched and adjudicated by a dedicated awards team that works across a range of titles including Benchmark LitigationExpert GuidesIFLRITRManaging IP, and The Deal. The team combines expertise in a wide range of practice areas, with deep experience in reviewing policies and initiatives that promote women in law. 


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