asialaw has been closely monitoring the developing COVID-19 situation and its potential impact on our delegates and clients.
To ensure the health and safety of our delegates and clients which is the top priority for us, we have decided not to host an awards ceremony this year.
asialaw will instead announce winners online and offer a series of programmes that will explore and profile the work covered in the awards.
The shortlist will be revealed on 30 June 2020.
If you have any concerns or questions, please contact James Murray at email@example.com
This year, the awards decisions are based on the submissions and research for the 2020 asialaw guide. Firms have been asked for extra information on deals or cases which closed in the remainder of 2019. You can submit it through our AWARDS SUBMISSION PORTAL.
The awards will be judged according to:
For work completed between January and April 2019, the information has been captured in the asialaw 2020 edition. Firms have been encouraged to send supplementary information for matters closed between June and December 2019 inclusive.
These categories honour the best firms across the Asia-Pacific region under the following categories:
Legal expertise awards:
Industry expertise awards:
While these awards will be regional, the nominees do not necessarily have to be from regional firms. National firms will be considered.
These awards will recognise the best firms in each of the 25 jurisdictions covered by asialaw. It is aimed at those who have displayed outstanding achievement in advising clients on local law matters, across a range of practice areas.
Impact cases and impact deals of the year
Asialaw’s editors will convene to select a number of cases and deals which had a national, or even regional, impact in 2018. There will be no shortlists for this category. All law firms and in-house on the deals selected will be honoured at the ceremony.
Best newcomer of the year
To be eligible for this award, editors will analyse the 2018 work of any firm that has been set up in any jurisdiction in Asia in the last five years.
Asia-Pacific firm of the year
This award will go to the firm, which has performed the best over all categories. Although it is likely to be a regional firm, domestic firms are considered. Editors are looking for a firm that has displayed outstanding achievement, and made a substantial impact, in advising clients on matters across a range of practice areas.
Client service awards
These awards are decided using the objective data asialaw captured regarding client feedback during the 2018 research process. In deciding the shortlist, each firm will be given an average score using the client’s surveys. The award will go to the firm with the highest score. There will be no shortlists for the client service awards. All winners in this category will be honoured at the ceremony.
Similar to the impact cases and deals, the asialaw editors will select a number of individuals who had great achievements in 2018 based on the research teams’ analysis of the matters that lawyer handled. The process will also include analysis on the individual scores provided by clients in surveys provided to asialaw. There will be no shortlists for the outstanding practitioners. All winners in this category will be honoured at the ceremony.
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