Please choose your categories wisely. We will not accept the same submission placed into multiple categories.

Deals of the Year

M&A will be defined broadly to encompass any business combination, purchase or disposal involving a target or buyer based in Asia. A Finance deal will be eligible if it involves an Asia-based borrower or lender, or banking under relevant laws of any Asian jurisdiction. A Securities deal will be eligible if it involves the sale of securities to international investors by an Asian issuer or on an Asian exchange. A private equity deal will qualify if involves investments and exits in Asia and the formation if an Asia-targeted or Asia-based fund. Energy and infrastructure deals will include both large projects and transactions in those sectors. Transactions in the technology, media and telecommunications will qualify for TMT deals. An eligible real estate deal must involve properties located in Asia.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Teamwork and efficiency
  4. Client satisfaction 
  5. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


The number of submissions is limited to ONE deal per category. While there is no minimum transaction value requirement, we encourage you to state a deal value clearly. All deals must be announced or completed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Each entry must name the lead lawyer(s) at every law firm involved in the matter. Please also include the name or names of the lead in-house lawyers on each side, with contact information.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. Shortlisted deals will be published - any deals with confidential or incomplete details will be automatically disqualified.

M&A will be defined broadly to encompass any business combination, purchase or disposal involving a target or buyer based in Asia. A Finance deal will be eligible if it involves an Asia-based borrower or lender, or banking under relevant laws of any Asian jurisdiction. A Securities deal will be eligible if it involves the sale of securities to international investors by an Asian issuer or on an Asian exchange. A private equity deal will qualify if involves investments and exits in Asia and the formation if an Asia-targeted or Asia-based fund. Energy and infrastructure deals will include both large projects and transactions in those sectors. Transactions in the technology, media and telecommunications will qualify for TMT deals. An eligible real estate deal must involve properties located in Asia.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Teamwork and efficiency
  4. Client satisfaction 
  5. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


The number of submissions is limited to ONE deal per category. While there is no minimum transaction value requirement, we encourage you to state a deal value clearly. All deals must be announced or completed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Each entry must name the lead lawyer(s) at every law firm involved in the matter. Please also include the name or names of the lead in-house lawyers on each side, with contact information.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. Shortlisted deals will be published - any deals with confidential or incomplete details will be automatically disqualified.

M&A will be defined broadly to encompass any business combination, purchase or disposal involving a target or buyer based in Asia. A Finance deal will be eligible if it involves an Asia-based borrower or lender, or banking under relevant laws of any Asian jurisdiction. A Securities deal will be eligible if it involves the sale of securities to international investors by an Asian issuer or on an Asian exchange. A private equity deal will qualify if involves investments and exits in Asia and the formation if an Asia-targeted or Asia-based fund. Energy and infrastructure deals will include both large projects and transactions in those sectors. Transactions in the technology, media and telecommunications will qualify for TMT deals. An eligible real estate deal must involve properties located in Asia.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Teamwork and efficiency
  4. Client satisfaction 
  5. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


The number of submissions is limited to ONE deal per category. While there is no minimum transaction value requirement, we encourage you to state a deal value clearly. All deals must be announced or completed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Each entry must name the lead lawyer(s) at every law firm involved in the matter. Please also include the name or names of the lead in-house lawyers on each side, with contact information.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. Shortlisted deals will be published - any deals with confidential or incomplete details will be automatically disqualified.

M&A will be defined broadly to encompass any business combination, purchase or disposal involving a target or buyer based in Asia. A Finance deal will be eligible if it involves an Asia-based borrower or lender, or banking under relevant laws of any Asian jurisdiction. A Securities deal will be eligible if it involves the sale of securities to international investors by an Asian issuer or on an Asian exchange. A private equity deal will qualify if involves investments and exits in Asia and the formation if an Asia-targeted or Asia-based fund. Energy and infrastructure deals will include both large projects and transactions in those sectors. Transactions in the technology, media and telecommunications will qualify for TMT deals. An eligible real estate deal must involve properties located in Asia.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Teamwork and efficiency
  4. Client satisfaction 
  5. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


The number of submissions is limited to ONE deal per category. While there is no minimum transaction value requirement, we encourage you to state a deal value clearly. All deals must be announced or completed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Each entry must name the lead lawyer(s) at every law firm involved in the matter. Please also include the name or names of the lead in-house lawyers on each side, with contact information.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. Shortlisted deals will be published - any deals with confidential or incomplete details will be automatically disqualified.

M&A will be defined broadly to encompass any business combination, purchase or disposal involving a target or buyer based in Asia. A Finance deal will be eligible if it involves an Asia-based borrower or lender, or banking under relevant laws of any Asian jurisdiction. A Securities deal will be eligible if it involves the sale of securities to international investors by an Asian issuer or on an Asian exchange. A private equity deal will qualify if involves investments and exits in Asia and the formation if an Asia-targeted or Asia-based fund. Energy and infrastructure deals will include both large projects and transactions in those sectors. Transactions in the technology, media and telecommunications will qualify for TMT deals. An eligible real estate deal must involve properties located in Asia.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Teamwork and efficiency
  4. Client satisfaction 
  5. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


The number of submissions is limited to ONE deal per category. While there is no minimum transaction value requirement, we encourage you to state a deal value clearly. All deals must be announced or completed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Each entry must name the lead lawyer(s) at every law firm involved in the matter. Please also include the name or names of the lead in-house lawyers on each side, with contact information.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. Shortlisted deals will be published - any deals with confidential or incomplete details will be automatically disqualified.

M&A will be defined broadly to encompass any business combination, purchase or disposal involving a target or buyer based in Asia. A Finance deal will be eligible if it involves an Asia-based borrower or lender, or banking under relevant laws of any Asian jurisdiction. A Securities deal will be eligible if it involves the sale of securities to international investors by an Asian issuer or on an Asian exchange. A private equity deal will qualify if involves investments and exits in Asia and the formation if an Asia-targeted or Asia-based fund. Energy and infrastructure deals will include both large projects and transactions in those sectors. Transactions in the technology, media and telecommunications will qualify for TMT deals. An eligible real estate deal must involve properties located in Asia.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Teamwork and efficiency
  4. Client satisfaction 
  5. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


The number of submissions is limited to ONE deal per category. While there is no minimum transaction value requirement, we encourage you to state a deal value clearly. All deals must be announced or completed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Each entry must name the lead lawyer(s) at every law firm involved in the matter. Please also include the name or names of the lead in-house lawyers on each side, with contact information.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. Shortlisted deals will be published - any deals with confidential or incomplete details will be automatically disqualified.

M&A will be defined broadly to encompass any business combination, purchase or disposal involving a target or buyer based in Asia. A Finance deal will be eligible if it involves an Asia-based borrower or lender, or banking under relevant laws of any Asian jurisdiction. A Securities deal will be eligible if it involves the sale of securities to international investors by an Asian issuer or on an Asian exchange. A private equity deal will qualify if involves investments and exits in Asia and the formation if an Asia-targeted or Asia-based fund. Energy and infrastructure deals will include both large projects and transactions in those sectors. Transactions in the technology, media and telecommunications will qualify for TMT deals. An eligible real estate deal must involve properties located in Asia.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Teamwork and efficiency
  4. Client satisfaction 
  5. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


The number of submissions is limited to ONE deal per category. While there is no minimum transaction value requirement, we encourage you to state a deal value clearly. All deals must be announced or completed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Each entry must name the lead lawyer(s) at every law firm involved in the matter. Please also include the name or names of the lead in-house lawyers on each side, with contact information.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. Shortlisted deals will be published - any deals with confidential or incomplete details will be automatically disqualified.

M&A will be defined broadly to encompass any business combination, purchase or disposal involving a target or buyer based in Asia. A Finance deal will be eligible if it involves an Asia-based borrower or lender, or banking under relevant laws of any Asian jurisdiction. A Securities deal will be eligible if it involves the sale of securities to international investors by an Asian issuer or on an Asian exchange. A private equity deal will qualify if involves investments and exits in Asia and the formation if an Asia-targeted or Asia-based fund. Energy and infrastructure deals will include both large projects and transactions in those sectors. Transactions in the technology, media and telecommunications will qualify for TMT deals. An eligible real estate deal must involve properties located in Asia.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Teamwork and efficiency
  4. Client satisfaction 
  5. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


The number of submissions is limited to ONE deal per category. While there is no minimum transaction value requirement, we encourage you to state a deal value clearly. All deals must be announced or completed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Each entry must name the lead lawyer(s) at every law firm involved in the matter. Please also include the name or names of the lead in-house lawyers on each side, with contact information.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. Shortlisted deals will be published - any deals with confidential or incomplete details will be automatically disqualified.

M&A will be defined broadly to encompass any business combination, purchase or disposal involving a target or buyer based in Asia. A Finance deal will be eligible if it involves an Asia-based borrower or lender, or banking under relevant laws of any Asian jurisdiction. A Securities deal will be eligible if it involves the sale of securities to international investors by an Asian issuer or on an Asian exchange. A private equity deal will qualify if involves investments and exits in Asia and the formation if an Asia-targeted or Asia-based fund. Energy and infrastructure deals will include both large projects and transactions in those sectors. Transactions in the technology, media and telecommunications will qualify for TMT deals. An eligible real estate deal must involve properties located in Asia.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Teamwork and efficiency
  4. Client satisfaction 
  5. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


The number of submissions is limited to ONE deal per category. While there is no minimum transaction value requirement, we encourage you to state a deal value clearly. All deals must be announced or completed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Each entry must name the lead lawyer(s) at every law firm involved in the matter. Please also include the name or names of the lead in-house lawyers on each side, with contact information.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. Shortlisted deals will be published - any deals with confidential or incomplete details will be automatically disqualified.

Lawyers of the Year

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the individual’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Industry knowledge and experience
  4. Leadership and efficiency
  5. Client satisfaction 
  6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the individual’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Industry knowledge and experience
  4. Leadership and efficiency
  5. Client satisfaction 
  6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the individual’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Industry knowledge and experience
  4. Leadership and efficiency
  5. Client satisfaction 
  6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the individual’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Industry knowledge and experience
  4. Leadership and efficiency
  5. Client satisfaction 
  6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the individual’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Industry knowledge and experience
  4. Leadership and efficiency
  5. Client satisfaction 
  6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the individual’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Legal expertise and innovation 
  2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
  3. Industry knowledge and experience
  4. Leadership and efficiency
  5. Client satisfaction 
  6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation


Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Firms of the Year

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Other Awards

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

Entries for this award should focus on THREE (3) work highlights that have a significant Asian regulatory element and set new standards in the delivery of high-level legal services and solutions, thereby demonstrating the firm’s market-leading position. Please summarize the key features, importance and creativity of each matter, outlining the team’s or lead lawyer’s role.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 
1. Legal expertise and innovation 
2. Regulatory/commercial strategy and solutions
3. Industry knowledge and experience
4. Teamwork and efficiency
5. Client satisfaction 
6. Contribution to the field, industry or legislation

Note on dispute cases: For litigation and arbitration cases to be considered as relevant matters, they must be DECIDED at least once; ongoing litigation and arbitration cases will NOT be considered. We encourage you to only submit cases you’ve won; cases decided against you will not be considered useful evidence.

Please fill out the following table. All fields must be completed. The three transactions, cases or other matters must have executed between January 2020 and Date of Entry.

The judging committee will expect to see evidence of:
1. Specific cases where a client was facing a crisis and needed careful guidance from their lawyers
2. The scale of the threat posed by the crisis
3. Innovative advice provided
4. Media strategies that were put in place to help manage the client’s reputation
5. Steps taken on social media to help the client’s reputation

The submission should highlight cases and information that best exemplify the firm's performance. Objective data and research that support the entry will be looked on favourably by the judges.

Please include the following information:
Briefly describe your firm’s expertise in this area, including size, history and geographical reach of expertise.
Outline your firm’s success in this field with evidence that could include financial data, client wins, flagship mandates and other relevant developments, such as partner hires, investment in new technology, client feedback programmes etc.
Feedback: provide one written reference from an executive from within your company.

In-House Awards

 

The judges will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Leadership
  2. Strategic vision
  3. Troubleshooting and legal skills
  4. A commitment to employee development
  5. Client satisfaction
  6. Contribution to the success of the business
  7. Contribution to the wider community
     

The submission should highlight concrete - and preferably measurable - ways in which the GC has contributed to the success of his or her company across the full spectrum of in-house responsibility (i.e. financial/customer/operational/people), rather than simply evidence of acting on one or more high-profile transactions.

Open to general counsel or heads of legal who are based in Asia.

The judges will expect to see evidence of:
  1. Leadership
  2. Strategic vision
  3. Troubleshooting and legal skills
  4. A commitment to employee development
  5. Client satisfaction
  6. Contribution to the success of the business
  7. Contribution to the wider community
     

The submission should highlight concrete - and preferably measurable - ways in which the GC has contributed to the success of his or her company across the full spectrum of in-house responsibility (i.e. financial/customer/operational/people), rather than simply evidence of acting on one or more high-profile transactions.

Grand Prizes