The In-House Community is now canvassing nominations for the fourth annual Counsels of the Year Awards.
The aim of the awards is to honour both individual in-house counsel and legal teams that have pursued excellence within their organisations during the past year, and to showcase their achievements and provide inspiration to our community of 21,000 in-house counsel across Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The winning legal teams, and counsel within, will be able to demonstrate a range of achievements, including those in the areas of:
- Efficiency & Value
- Encouragement & Improvement
- CSR & Diversity
The In-House Community Counsels of the Year Awards are generously supported by Marsh.
The nomination period closes January 18th.
For more information on how to nominate yourself, your team, or an in-house peer, please contact:
Yvette Tan, In-House Community Research & Development Manager
at firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘In-House Community Counsel of the Year’ in the subject line.
With thanks to the following for their support of this In-House Community search for excellence:
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