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Specialist Guide to the
Global Leaders in Media Law Practice
RESEARCH IN FINAL STAGE, 2024 RANKING RESULTS DUE END OF Q1
Media Law International (MLI) is an independent publishing business producing legal rankings across 56 jurisdictions, an expanding, as well as thought leadership. We deliver detailed rankings of law firms and insight into the world’s leaders in media law.
Dedicated to the legal industry, MLI focusses exclusively on media law. Our comprehensive research programme involves in-depth analysis of law-firm capabilities, market presence and sector specialisation. The MLI team has worked rigorously over the past decade to ensure the highest standards in research and rankings production.
MLI also produces the Annual Global Conference (AGC) series, a business and legal event that brings together brilliant minds, sharing expertise and insight into one of the world’s most dynamic industries.
To include your firm’s listing in our 2024 edition, please contact the business development team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Taking part is free. We distribute research questionnaires for completion to all participating firms and request submission by deadline. If you do not receive a questionnaire please contact the editorial team. To ensure our research is extensive and objective, we also conduct a range of interviews with partners, who we believe know their market best. Interviews last approximately 30 minutes and are carried out by telephone or are face-to-face. These are semi-structured and cover legal and economic developments, legislative changes and rankings. Interviews are also a good opportunity to learn about the progress of firms.
Interviews are an important part of our research process, they allow us to explore each market thoroughly. This is essential because our job is to accurately represent each jurisdiction under review. As well as partner interviews, we conduct interviews with in-house counsel and other buyers of legal services. Client interviews give us a 360 degree perspective of the market, which means reliable, credible coverage. Information gained from client interviews is non-attributable. However, client comments are included in editorial reports as they provide our readership with validation and a broader perspective of each market.
ONLINE VERSION OF THE TENTH EDITION OF
MEDIA LAW INTERNATIONAL, GLOBAL LEGAL GUIDE
Exclusive Focus on Media Law
Thorough Market Investigation
Qualified Specialist Journalists
International Trips to Law Firms
REGIONS WE COVER
Middle East and North Africa
Central and Eastern Europe
Our annual publication provides comprehensive coverage of law firms and practitioners with media law expertise, across 56 jurisdictions around the world.