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Does Chambers use the publishable and confidential matters in my submission differently?
You must tell us whether a work highlight is confidential or publishable. If your highlight is something which you do not want Chambers to write about or reference on our website once the rankings are published, you should include it in the ‘Confidential’ section of your submission.
Alternatively, if the work highlight is public knowledge, or can be discussed and referenced publicly on the Chambers website, you can include it in the ‘Publishable’ section of your submission. This will tell our researchers that they can write about this work highlight when creating any commentary about your firm once the rankings are launched.
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