Awards & Recognitions

Schellenberg Wittmer: Shortlisted in 13 Categories at Women in Business Law Awards 2022

30.05.2022

Schellenberg Wittmer is shortlisted in 5 firm categories and 8 practice area categories at the WIBL 2022.

We are proud to announce that partners Caroline Clemetson, Lorenza Ferrari Hofer, Andrea Dorjee-GoodAnya George and Clara Poglia are shortlisted at the Women in Business Law EMEA Awards 2022 with a total of 8 nominations. We congratulate them for being recognized as leading practitioners in their respective fields.

At firm level, Schellenberg Wittmer is shortlisted in 5 categories: Career Development, Diverse Women Lawyer, Gender Diversity, Work-Life Balance and Swiss Firm of the Year. The firm, who won the Swiss Firm of the Year Award for the past 4 years, is proud of its continued recognition as a leading firm in promoting diversity within the workforce as part of its key values contributing to its on-going success, strategy and vision.

The annual Euromoney Legal Media Group Europe Women in Business Law Awards are aimed to recognize the most ground-breaking achievements by the region's leading female lawyers as well as the most progressive law firms and in-house teams in terms of their gender policies, advocacy, and support of women in the practice of law.

The results of the 2022 EMEA edition will be announced on June 23rd during a ceremony taking place in London.

 

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