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Be Recognized

Legal professionals are upholders of law — they play an indispensable role as they protect the rights and individual liberties of citizens. These leading minds serve society by ensuring that everyone gets legal justice and is treated equally in the eyes of law.

In this space, a few luminaries have stood out for rewriting practice models to suit the evolving contours of the global legal landscape and for their undeterred activism to safeguard the rights of the marginalized. The commitment and dedication of experts in this noble profession to furthering public good have earned them the respect and admiration of the world, including that of our upcoming law conference.

The Law 2.0 Conference seeks to applaud the incredible initiatives of those who have gone beyond their call of duty to usher in a change in the industry. With this ambitious goal in mind, we have launched a one-of-a-kind awards & recognition session to shine a light on leading experts and rising stars who continue to raise the bar with their groundbreaking work.

The advantages of being a finalist include:
  • Being honored before eminent legal experts on our global platform
  • Live streaming of the awards ceremony
  • Dedicated marketing campaigns and mentions on the conference website
  • The Law 2.0 Conference’s Seal Of Recognition
  • Interviews and press releases highlighting your accomplishments.

Think your achievements or your law firm’s contributions are noteworthy? Then register your interest below!

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Request For Honoree Application Form

Let the world know about your fantastic contributions to the law industry!

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