The hard-going to get the gong
How Legal Week set out to hand out awards without the use of a drawing pin or a telephone book
Several readers have asked how the research for Legal Week‘s 2005 Awards was carried out. It has been a major operation because of how high the bar has been set. From the start, it was decided the awards, to be presented on 30 November, would be distinguished from the typical industry backslapping by two elements: the use of clear criteria and a lengthy process of interviewing senior clients and lawyers.
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