There is now just over a week to go until the entry period for this year’s Business Leadership awards closes. We have had a phenomenal response, with already more entries across a broader range of legal services providers than ever before.
The overwhelming response to this year’s new categories, which have been designed to reflect the radical changes in how firms and chambers of all types are delivering their services, clearly demonstrates the widening range of buying options for in-house counsel in this hugely competitive market.
Which is probably just as well, as this year for the first time the external judging panel entirely consists of senior in-house lawyers.
The shortlisted entries will be highlighted over the coming months leading up to the awards themselves on 22 September as part of The Lawyer Business Leadership Summit.
But if your firm or chambers or legal services business hasn’t entered, there is still time. Submitting an entry couldn’t be easier. For any queries, feel free to drop me a line at email@example.com.
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