Research for Managing IP Awards and IP STARS rankings 2023
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Research for Managing IP Awards and IP STARS rankings 2023

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Firms and companies are invited to participate in the research for the 2023 edition of Managing IP Awards and IP STARS rankings

Managing IP's research team has commenced research for the 2023 edition of IP STARS rankings and Managing IP Awards programme. The research comprises analysis of submissions, market feedback from interviews and surveys, and independent desk research.

We hosted a webinar (see below) on September 15, 2022, to provide information about the research and how to participate.

Law firm submissions

The most important way for firms to participate in our research is to submit their firm questionnaire and client referee documents each year. We use the submissions for the firm and practitioner rankings and the Managing IP Awards programme.

In-house award submissions

In-house legal departments and IP counsel are also invited to submit for the Managing IP Awards programme. We have award categories for in-house teams and practitioners.

The forms and new portal

The research forms firms and in-house departments need to complete can be found below:

The submission deadline is October 31, 2022.

We now have a new portal for accepting submissions from firms and in-house teams. This proprietary portal allows users to create accounts, submit their research documents and have access to them in the future. Access the portal here.

Please listen to our webinar to get guidance on completing our research forms and using the portal. The user guide for the portal can be found here. Learn more about the research and results publication timeline for the 2023 edition here.

Listen to the webinar


About IP STARS

IP STARS is an exclusive rankings publication which recognises the leading firms and practitioners for intellectual property work. The research covers several IP practice areas and more than 70 jurisdictions, making it the most comprehensive and widely respected guide in the IP profession.

Managing IP published its first legal directory in 1994 and rebranded it in 2013 as IP STARS. Read more about the rankings here.

About the Managing IP Awards

The Managing IP Awards programme, which was established in 2006, is the leading IP law firm awards event in the legal industry. The research covers several IP practice areas and more than 50 jurisdictions. Read about the awards programme here.

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