Just in! GCR's deadline has been extended a few more days, giving you more time to submit for the 2018 Global Competition Review Awards. Nominations are now due on January 19 by 5 p.m. PST. Lawyers and others are welcome to nominate any antitrust or competition case, law firm, lawyer, academic, economist or enforcement agency
Legal 500 has expanded its coverage in some areas and separated certain sections out into more focused categories. Chapters with significant changes include: Antitrust Dispute Resolution Finance Industry Focus Labor and Employment If your firm normally submits in these areas, make sure that you update your submissions to reflect the expanded coverage of the 2018
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Researchers for the Legal 500 US 2017 directory will start emailing your law firm's referees (aka "references") beginning January 9, 2017. How sure are you that your referees will respond... or even receive the researcher's email? The publisher recommends law firms contact all of their referees now to remind them to look out for an email from the
This year, Legal 500 introduced a new individual ranking called “Next Generation Lawyers.” LexTrack's Marsha Redmon interviewed Legal 500 United States editor, Seth Singh Jennings, to learn more about who’s eligible and how it works. Watch the entire interview with Seth below: What you need to know about Legal 500's Next Generation Lawyers: The Purpose
The 2017 edition of Legal 500 US will cover nearly a hundred practice areas and sub-areas. Are you ready for the early November deadlines? New this year is the Next Generation Lawyers individual rankings. According to Legal 500, these will include mostly newer partners with less than five years experience. However, certain niche practice areas