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Women in Business Law Awards 2023: key dates

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Important dates for the Women in Business Law Awards 2023

It is with great pleasure to announce that the Women in Business Law Awards, the preeminent industry recognition programme for women in the practice of law, is returning for 2023.

To take part, all you need to do is submit your nominations for leading practitioners and firm initiatives.

The Awards will recognise and celebrate the top women private practice lawyers and in-house counsel of 2022, as well as the leading firm initiatives that promoted women within the practice of law during the year.

Key awards dates for 2023

Women in Business Law Awards key dates 2023

 Research guidelines, FAQs, and best practices can be found on the Women in Business Law Awards website.

If you have any questions regarding about the Women in Business Law Awards, please contact awards editor John Harrison.

Please note that the Women in Business Law Awards is supported by Managing IP but run independently to the IP Stars research.


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