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Dedication, integrity, and innovation

The Solicitors Journal Awards will focus on what makes solicitors celebrated in the digital age - hopefully without Fry-styled backlash, writes Kevin Poulter

24 February 2016

We're in the grip of awards season, with the BAFTAs over, the Brits tonight, and Oscars just around the corner. Most pressing, however, is the deadline for submissions for the Solicitors Journal Awards: Recognising brilliance in a changing legal world, on 29 February. A flashy awards ceremony is not only a good excuse to dress up in your finery or to take a sharp tongue to the fashion choices of others, but is a welcome opportunity to celebrate the best of the best in the legal world.

When it comes to measuring talent, it comes in many forms, whether it be musical, theatrical, or for innovating, playing a critical role in the market, or developing the next big thing. When it comes to success in law, however, talent sometimes takes a back seat. For lawyers, like actors or musicians, hard work still counts but, unlike performance artists, it is our integrity that ...

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