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Research and submissions for the following lists and rankings are currently underway. Please see the list below about how you can find more details and download the relevant submission form.
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The recent push to compete with multi-disciplinary firms like the Big Four has resulted in law firms planning their own forays into non-law services, and the pandemic has only accelerated that trend. However, experts feel that firms should consider their strategies carefully.
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India has been seeing the rise of some quality smaller law firms that are punching well above their weight in terms of work handled and services delivered.
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In this new listing, ALB will pick the most highly recommended private-practice lawyers based permanently in the Philippines. The list will be published in the June issue of ALB Asia.
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ALB’s annual survey of the best law firms to work for in Asia is now open. The list will be published in the April issue of ALB Asia.
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Submissions are now open for the ALB 2021 Intellectual Property Rankings. The rankings will be published in the May issues of ALB Asia and ALB China.
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In this new listing, ALB will pick the most highly recommended arbitration and litigation practitioners based permanently in the Asian region. The list will be published in the April issue of ALB Asia.
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In another annual list, ALB picks the best lawyers working for offshore law firms in Asia. These lawyers are selected based on client feedback. The list will be published in the May issue of ALB Asia.
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We are now accepting submissions for ALB Asia’s Rising Stars Malaysia list, which spotlights the next generation of the country’s lawyers. The list will be published in the June 2021 issue of ALB.
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We are now accepting submissions for ALB Asia’s Rising Stars Indonesia list, which spotlights the next generation of the country’s lawyers. The list will be published in the March 2021 issue of ALB.