Nominations are already open and you can nominate yourself, or be nominated by others, across a wide range of categories, (see below).
The organisers said: ‘The awards encourage the legal industry to be viewed through a wide lens, and to understand how technology democratises and improves itself as a business and workplace.’
The initial awards were held in 2018 and covered mainly Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and were also backed by BRYTER. This time there will be a much broader focus covering all of Europe. And for those in the UK wondering if they can also be involved following Brexit, the answer is: yes, the UK is included.
BRYTER’s CEO, Michael Grupp, said of the awards: ‘Legal tech is emerging as a new category – we want to help to make it a diverse one.’
The awards help to tell the stories of women’s success in the legal tech field across several key areas:
- Law Firms and Professional Services
- In-house and Business
- Academia and Education
- Public Services, Politics and Social
Online voting takes place between September and 9 October, with then jury voting in November, with the official awards ceremony taking place 26 November 2020.
If you’d like to nominate someone, or put yourself forward for one of the categories above, then check out the main site and go to ‘Nominate‘.
(Artificial Lawyer is a media partner for the awards.)