“mark of excellence”
The judging panel for this year’s Law Digest Africa Award has published the shortlist for the year’s awards. Making the shortlist are candidates from Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and Mozambique
The Law Digest Africa Awards is a brand new concept in recognising and honouring excellence in the African legal services market, by recognising the contributions of individual lawyers, law firms and in-house teams, large and small equally. The awards are based on the opinions of peers and the in-depth research that we conduct.
What distinguishes us from other awards is that we concentrate on growth, innovation, capacity building, community engagement and customer care. The combination of the award criteria, particularly the significance we place on client feedback ensures that both large and small firms have equal opportunity to win our awards.
We are proud to say that our awards cannot be bought. No payments, subscription, contributions, is required or accepted. We have gone to great lengths to ensure the integrity of our selection process and we have selected judges based on their proven integrity and independence.
To view the shortlist, click “Shorlist” below or visit the Shortlist.
Winners will be annunanced that the Law Digest Dinner and Award Ceremony on 25th November 2017
The Award brings the continent’s legal community together at a glittering award presentation ceremony in Lagos, Nigeria on 25th Nov 2017. Book your seats contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 203 223 0800 now to avoid disappointment.
What People have said about the Award
“The Law Digest put together this event to identify law firms that have excelled in their various areas of specialities. That is what this is all about. It’s innovative, it’s good; it’s to recognise hard work and diligence in the legal industry, the legal firmament“. Chief Bayo Ojo, SAN, (Former Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Nigeria)
“I feel particularly proud. I have been chosen for the law achievement award, it’s a lifetime achievement. What this proves for me is that the last 35 years of practicing law have not been in vain and it also galvanises me to do more in future“. Gbenga Oyebode, MFR 0f Aluko & Oyebode