Women in Business Law Global Awards 2022: winners revealed
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Women in Business Law Global Awards 2022: winners revealed

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Inaugural awards announces winners

We are thrilled to announce the first Women in Business Law Global Awards, celebrating the leading firm across the world for their policies and initiatives that promote women in law.

This celebration sees the culmination of months of research into law firm initiatives, having drawn upon firm submissions and client feedback from across the world. These awards aim to recognise complex and innovative firm initiatives that promote women in law and the leading women in-house lawyers, both General Counsels and Rising Stars. The Women in Business Law Awards teams would like to express their deepest gratitude to every firm, lawyer, and company that participated in the research for this year’s awards.

A big congratulations to all the winners and the shortlisted nominees!

The full list of the winners can be found on the Women in Business Law Awards website via the link below.

And the winners are…

 

The Women in Business Law Awards is a wholly independent awards, supported by ITR, but run independently to the ITR World Tax research.

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