Linklaters win five awards at Euromoney LMG Europe Women in Business Law Awards

  • Linklaters is named best international firm for pro bono work
  • Four individuals recognised for their achievements across the specialist areas of capital markets, financial regulation and environment
  • The awards recognise the achievements of the best female lawyers in Europe

Linklaters, the global law firm, took home five awards last night at the Euromoney LMG Europe Women in Business Law Awards including the prestigious award for best international firm for pro bono work.

Four women from the firm were recognised for their achievements across the Corporate and Financial and Projects practices. Elaine Keats received the award for Best in capital markets: debt, Vanessa Harvard Williams was named as best in environment, Nadia Swann for best in financial regulation and Julia Dixon was awarded rising star: finance. This follows on from previous wins at the annual awards for both Elaine and Vanessa.

Charlie Jacobs, Senior Partner, commented: “We are very proud of our female lawyers who have been named as some of the most talented in the business in the UK and Europe. This is well-deserved recognition by our industry for the quality of work to which we are committed to providing our clients.  We are also thrilled to receive an award for the quality of the pro bono work that we do.”

The Euromoney LMG Europe Women in Business Law Awards is a celebration of the very best work by female lawyers from firms across Europe. Winners are selected by practice area, country and by firm for awards for outstanding achievements from across a diverse range of international firms.

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