Frequently asked questions

If you have any questions regarding the awards please contact Tracey Rushton-Thorpe:

When will I know whether my company has been shortlisted?

The shortlist will be published on this website. Everyone who has entered will receive confirmation by email in early January 2024.

When will I find out if my company has won?

The announcement of the winners will be made at the LexisNexis Legal Awards on the 14th March 2024 at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House London

What are the timings for the evening of the Awards?

6.45pm - Drinks Reception | 7.15pm - Dinner | 9.15pm - Awards commence | 10.15pm - After-awards party | 1.00am - Bars close | 1.30am - Carriages

When will I receive my invitations?

Your invitations will be sent to you one month prior to the Awards, in time for you to send them on to your confirmed guests.

Who do I notify if one of my guests has special dietary requirements?

If you have booked tickets to attend the awards you will be sent an email around four weeks before the event which will include a copy of your digital ticket and a request for guest names and guest dietary/access requirements. All requests must then be submitted to no later than two weeks before the event.

How do I buy tickets for the dinner?

You can purchase tickets online by clicking on Book your place and submitting your details.

What is your table cancellation policy?

Cancellations must be made in writing to the registration contact at the address below.  If you cancel on or before 15th February 2024 we will refund your booking fee less an administrative charge of 25%.  If you cancel after 15th February 2024 no refund will be given.

If we cancel the function we will refund all booking fees paid.  We do not, however, accept liability for travelling, accommodation or any other expenses incurred as a result of any cancellation or postponement of the event.

Our liability for loss or damage incurred as the result of cancellation or postponement of the event is limited to the amount of your booking fee.

These terms and conditions are governed by English law and the courts of England and Wales will have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute.