The In-House Community is pleased to announce the shortlisted firms for our Visionary Client Service Providers 2019 in the following categories:

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Non-law firm
Lawcadia
Law In Order
Zegal

Asia
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
Yulchon
Zico Law

International
Clifford Chance
Clyde & Co
Pinsent Masons

Middle East/Africa
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates
Galadari Advocates & Legal Consultants
Winston & Strawn

The winning teams, which have demonstrated that they can truly stand inside the shoes of their clients and provide inspiring service, will be‎ announced at the In-House Community Counsels of the Year Awards Celebration & Dinner, taking place on Thursday, May 30, 2019 in Hong Kong. (To secure a place at this gathering register online here.)

To identify the very best examples of client excellence, we canvassed legal providers and asked them to provide examples of:

  • budget-orientated project management for a client;
  • advice to a client regarding productivity and efficiency; and
  • exceeding client expectations.

The judges are:

Nigel Francis, senior consultant with Hong Kong law firm YTL, formerly head of the Hong Kong office and the dispute resolution and employment practice at Addleshaw Goddard.

Doreen Jaeger-Soong, managing director at Hughes-Castell (HK) – leader and mentor across the company’s Asia offices.

Clinton Swan, formerly on Clyde & Co’s management team and head of business development for the Middle East, North Africa and Asia Pacific.

Nick Ferguson, managing editor of Asian-mena Counsel, magazine for the In-House Community.

In addition to the Visionary awards, we will also announce our overall In-House Community Team of the Year, industry and specialist category winners, In-House Counsel of the Year, External Counsel of the Year and Deal Firm of the Year at the In-House Community Counsels of the Year Awards Celebration & Dinner.

For more information about the awards, please contact Patrick Dransfield at patrick.dransfield@inhousecommunity.com.

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