LMG Life Sciences Awards EMEA 2022: information and updates
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LMG Life Sciences Awards EMEA 2022: information and updates


Important information and updates for the LMG Life Sciences Awards 2022

We are excited to inform you that the preeminent industry recognition programme for legal work in the life sciences industry, LMG Life Sciences Awards, is returning for 2022.

As you may have seen, we have updated the title of the awards to be inclusive of firms not only in Europe but also throughout the Middle East and Africa. 

In our research cycle we will ask that you submit nominations for leading practitioners, firms, cases, and deals. 

We will be recognising the top work completed by private practice firms, as well as in-house counsel, from 2021. 

Register your interest today so you do not miss out! 

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