LND: The Lawyer Awards judges: here’s how to win

Creativity, novelty and – crucially – hard evidence, were just a few of the ways candidates caught the eye of this year’s The Lawyer Awards’ judges, as revealed at last Tuesday’s inaugural Best in Class event. Three of the 20-strong judging panel were interviewed live on stage by The Lawyer editor Catrin Griffiths and held the delegates’ attention with their critiques of the 400-plus entries to The Lawyer Awards. Jeffrey Eneberi, general counsel at Just Eat and Tim Jones, general counsel at England Rugby 2015, highlighted the importance of concise and innovative entries along with Lloyds Banking Group’s corporate counsel Lesley Wan. [continued]

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