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CALL TO ACTION: THE LAWYER AWARDS 2024

Updated: Jan 17

The Lawyer Awards 2024 has sent out their call for submissions. Like last year, there will be a nominal entry fee per award to submit for each of the 26 categories.


If you have a good story to tell, go for it – this is one of the best awards events and worth it for the high-profile exposure whether you are a winner or one of the shortlisted entries.


The entry deadline is 9 February with the shortlist being announced in April.


There are also a number of other upcoming entry deadlines for your calendar:


  • 9 February - Financial News' Rising Stars of European Finance

  • 22 February - Women in Business Law EMEA

  • 15 March - Legal Business Awards.


One of our most popular blog pieces ever has been on the power of awards - if you are in any doubt, or need help getting buy in, this piece will give you some helpful tips: The Power of Awards... (commspromise.co.uk).

In a recent Law Society Gazette article which you can read here How to: Win an award | Feature | Law Gazette, Director of Commspromise, Karen Levin, was quoted making the following key point on the power of awards, which is particularly pertinent with the entry fee:


‘I would always advise clients to think really hard about which categories to enter. Don’t enter an award for the sake of it. Have a good story to put forward. Once you’ve identified the most relevant deals, you need to be able to say why that deal is significant. If you can’t do that in a 150-word elevator pitch it’s probably not worth putting forward.’

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