Ius Laboris firms receive recognition from Chambers Europe and the Legal 500 EMEA
We are proud to be part of Ius Laboris, Global HR Lawyers, and are pleased with the recognition that a large number of member firms and lawyers have received again this year.
Both Chambers Europe and the Legal 500 EMEA recently announced the results of their annual analyses that rank and highlight leading firms and lawyers across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
This year, Chambers Europe ranks 28 Ius Laboris firms and 20 of them, including Norrbom Vinding, are recognised as Band 1 firms, which is the most distinguished category, for their labour and employment law practice.
The guide also ranks 72 Ius Laboris lawyers of which 16 of them are listed as Band 1 legal professionals, including Jørgen Vinding.
Ius Laboris has made an overview of the featured Ius Laboris firms and lawyers, which can be viewed here.
The Legal 500 EMEA highlights 30 Ius Laboris firms and places 17 of these, including Norrbom Vinding, in the prestigious category Tier 1.
In addition, the Legal 500 EMEA recognises 59 lawyers as leading professionals by including them in their categories, including the categories Hall of Fame and Leading Individuals, in which three Norrbom Vinding lawyers are placed.
Ius Laboris’ overview of member firms and lawyers ranked by the Legal 500 EMEA can be found here.
The content of the above is not, and should not be a substitute for legal advice.
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