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Women in Business Law Awards: inaugural Global Awards

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The Women in Business Law Awards will host its inaugural Global Awards ceremony in 2022!

On 1 December 2022, we will be hosting the first annual Women in Business Law Global Awards gala, celebrating the leading law firms globally that are at the forefront of supporting women and building a more diverse and inclusive workplace.

We have the pleasure of announcing that the winners for these awards were selected by a diverse panel of judges, composed of senior editorial and researcher staff, along with the Women in Business Law Global Advisory Panel members: Fiona Nott, CEO of The Women’s Foundation, and Sally Hall, Chief Privacy Officer for Euromoney PLC.

The evening ceremony will recognise leading law firms and in-house teams for their impact and support of women in the practice of law worldwide. The awards take into consideration all the leading firms from across the three regional awards from 2022.

A reminder of each of the 2022 regional winners can be found at the links below:

Americas

Europe, Middle East & Africa

Asia-Pacific

For a full list of the global categories, criteria and other information about the research, please visit the Women in Business Law Global Awards website.

For more information about the Women in Business Law Awards, please contact 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. The awards are researched and adjudicated by a dedicated awards team that works across a range of titles including Benchmark Litigation, Expert Guides, IFLR, ITR, Managing 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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