Awards & Recognitions

Schellenberg Wittmer: Shortlisted in 10 Categories at Women in Business Law Awards 2020

16.07.2020

Following winning the Best Firm in Switzerland for Women in Business Law 2018 and 2019, Schellenberg Wittmer has been shortlisted in 10 categories at Euromoney's Women in Business Law Awards 2020.

With the highest number of shortlisted recognitions amongst Swiss law firms, including: Best National Firm for: Minority Women Lawyers; Pro-Bono; Talent Management; Work-Life Balance; Best International Firm for Women in Business Law, Best firm in Switzerland for Women in Business Law, Best in Banking & Finance, Best in Investment Funds (Caroline Clemetson) and Best in Trusts & Estates (Andrea Dorjee-Good).

Schellenberg Wittmer is proud of its continued recognition as a leading firm in promoting gender diversity within the workforce as part of its key values contributing to its on-going success, strategy and vision.

Lawyers from across a spectrum of practice areas, jurisdictions and sectors within the most advanced teams are represented on the shortlist. Now in its 20th year, the awards are aimed at recognizing firms with the best initiatives for gender diversity, innovation, minority women, mentoring, work-life balance, pro bono work and talent management. Best female lawyers have additionally been recognized in each practice group category.

Beyond the Women in Business Law Awards, Schellenberg Wittmer is also pleased to note that a total of 5 lawyers will be recognized in the award's sister publication "Expert Guides", in its upcoming Women in Business Law Edition. Caroline Clemetson, Anita Schläpfer, Nathalie Voser, Andrea Dorjee-Good and Clara Poglia have all been nominated in their respective practice areas.

The results of the 10th annual Euromoney Legal Media Group Europe Women in Business Law Awards will be published in September 2020.

 

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