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LMG Life Sciences Awards EMEA 2022: winners revealed

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Winners across 58 categories were revealed at the Andaz Hotel in London

On May 12 2022 we were thrilled to host LMG Life Sciences Awards’ first in-person gala celebration since its inception in 2019. Guests from across the EMEA region raised their glasses to the winners at the Andaz Hotel, London. 


The ceremony was the culmination of months of research into EMEA’s life sciences legal market, drawing from direct submissions, in-depth interviews, and client feedback from the region’s markets. The awards strive to recognise complex and innovative work in the life sciences sector across various practice areas categories.  


After two years of the pandemic the life sciences industry has not only become a busier and more openly discussed industry, but also one where litigation and regulatory changes are coming about more frequently. 


The LMG Life Sciences editorial and awards teams would like to express their deepest gratitude to every firm, lawyer, and company that participated in the research. 


A big congratulations to all the winners and the shortlisted nominees


Please view the full list of winners on the LMG Life Sciences website via the link below. We look forward to seeing what is in store for 2023! 


And the winners are… 


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