LMG Life Sciences Awards EMEA 2023: key dates revealed
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LMG Life Sciences Awards EMEA 2023: key dates revealed

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Key dates for the LMG Life Sciences research for 2023 have been released

The LMG Life Sciences Awards EMEA is excited to announce its return and reveal its key dates for 2023. The Awards, the preeminent industry event for legal work in the life sciences sector, will be open for submissions from December 8.

Please mark the following dates in your calendars:

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The life sciences industry will be invited to submit nominations for leading practitioners, firms, cases, and deals. The Awards will recognise the most outstanding work completed by private practice firms, as well as in-house legal teams and counsels during 2022.

If you have any questions about the research, please contact the LMG Life Sciences awards editor John Harrison.

 

LMG Life Sciences

LMG Life Sciences produces the most respected awards programme for life sciences practitioners and law firms across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Honourees are determined through a rigorous research process that aims to recognise and celebrate excellent legal work and client service over a 12-month period.

The awards span four broad practice areas: regulatory, intellectual property, financial & corporate, and non-IP litigation & enforcement.

In addition to award categories for firms and individuals, an array of unique awards are announced each year to highlight the achievements of in-house teams and to celebrate Impact Cases and Deals of the Year.

LMG Life Sciences is a sister publication to Managing IP and IP Stars.

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