Awards and polls

  • IFLR's first Middle East awards

    01 Aug 2006

    The shortlists for the IFLR Middle East awards, to be held in Dubai on September 5. Read on for deals of the year, teams of the year and national winners.

  • IFLR Annual Awards

    01 Mar 2006

    Clifford Chance, Linklaters, and Shearman & Sterling lead winners

  • IFLR Annual Awards: recognizing outstanding deals and law firms across the globe

    01 Feb 2006

    IFLR is pleased to announce the short-listed deals and law firms for the Asia, Americas and European awards. Presentations will be made at the annual IFLR Awards Dinners in London, New York and Hong Kong in March.

  • Asian awards nominations 2006

    01 Feb 2006

    IFLR is pleased to announce the short-listed deals and law firms for the Asian awards. Awards presentations will be made at the annual IFLR Awards Dinner on March 15 at the Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong.

  • European awards nominations 2006

    01 Feb 2006

    IFLR is pleased to announce the short-listed deals and law firms for the European Awards. Presentations will be made to the winners at the annual IFLR Awards Dinner to be held at The Dorchester, Park Lane, London on the evening of March 22.

  • Americas awards nominations 2006

    01 Feb 2006

    IFLR is pleased to announce the short-listed deals and law firms for the Americas Awards. Presentations will be made to the winners at the IFLR Awards Dinner to be held at the New York Palace Hotel, 50th Street and Madison Avenue, New York, on the evening of March 16.


 

 

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