Hogan Lovells wins Investment in Women in the Law category at Halsbury Legal Awards
Hogan Lovells has won the Investment in Women in the Law category at the Halsbury Legal Awards 2013. The law firm won the award for the introduction of a global diversity plan in 2012 focused on the development, retention and advancement of women lawyers.
The objective of the plan is to increase the number of women partners to 25 per cent by 2017 and 30 per cent by 2022 and increase women in management positions to 30 per cent by 2015.
The Halsbury Legal Awards recognise the achievements and talents of remarkable individuals and teams in the legal sector, as well as those who contribute to the promotion, growth and value of the sector.
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