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Ellex named the best Baltic Law Firm of the Year 2021

Dec 02, 2021

On December 1, Ellex was recognised as the Baltic Law Firm of the Year at The Lawyer European Awards online ceremony. The law firm received this prestigious award for the second year in a row.

The award winners were selected in 24 categories by a high-level panel of judges which includes managing partners of international law firms and in-house lawyers of multinational companies. The awards, now in their 12th year, were the first of their kind to reward and celebrate excellence across the European legal market.

The Lawyer is one of the most prominent legal publications across the globe, and the key criteria upon which it assesses law firms in their annual awards are: significant operational developments, pioneering referral and cross-border work, diversity and employee training and development, plans to develop a long-term strategy and use of technology and improvement in processes and operations.

They are honored to be recognized among the leading European law firms and also as the Baltic Law Firm of the Year 2021, keeping a position as the best law firm of the region.

This assessment is primarily the achievement of their international team of almost 200 lawyers and business support team. In recent years, they have strategically developed by expanding the level of their professionals and investing in digital skills and smart solutions in their daily work with clients. Moreover, Ellex has worked continuously on social responsibility projects, which are a part of our strategic mission in the Baltics. Ellex team is pleased that this contribution has resulted in further development of a modern legal services standard in the Baltic States.

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