Top 50

Law Firms

(Above 10 years and Below 10 years)

An efficient law firm not only provides relief to its clients but is also an adequate consolidation of an organized professional apparatus, a sagacious leadership, a proficient workforce, and a decorous work ethic.


This Event category recognizes outstanding performance by Indian Law Firms in these practice areas:

Early Bird

40,000*

Till 25th December 2021

Original Price

50,000

Till 15th January 2022

Practice Area (Extra per Practice area)

2nd Practice area

₹5000/-

3rd Practice area

₹4000/-

4th Practice area

₹3500/-

5th Practice area

₹2500/-

Practice Areas

  • Admiralty/Maritime & Aviation
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Labor & Employment
  • White Collar Crime
  • Anti-Trust & Competition Law
  • Family
  • Infrastructure & Projects
  • Joint Venture, M&A, PE & VC
  • Alternate Dispute Resolution – Arbitration/Mediation
  • E-Commerce/Fintech/ Start-ups Practice/Technology
  • Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy
  • Banking/Finance, Capital Markets & Securities Laws
  • Litigation
  • Energy (Renewable & Conventional)
  • Life Sciences & Pharmaceuticals
  • Medical & Healthcare
  • Corporate & Commercial
  • Defence & Aerospace
  • Taxation (Direct & Indirect)
  • Real Estate & Construction
  • Technology Law
  • Environment
  • Media and Telecommunications
  • Sports & Entertainment
  • Project Finance
  • Family
  • Anti-Dumping
  • Anti-Bribery & Anti-Corruption

Eligibility

  • Nominations are open to all Law Firms of India in India or abroad.
  • The Law Firm should be registered under Indian Laws.
  • For the special category of nominees with less than 10 years’ experience, the date of incorporation of the Law Firm should be less than 10 years ago as on 31st October, 2021.

Assessment Criteria

Submissions will be judged on the basis of responses to the following questions along with the supporting and additional material.

Kindly answer each question in 500 words max:

  • How has the Firm demonstrated professional excellence in legal practice during the period 1 October 2020 to 31st October 2021.
  • What is the Firm’s business strategy and vision? How does it aim to achieve its long-term goals? (max 400 words)
  • How has the Firm contributed to the growth and evolution of the legal profession in India? (max 400 words)