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Overview I am not able to find my practice area on the submission upload page What is a submission and what is it used for? What is a referee spreadsheet? How many work highlights can we submit? Will you publish the Diversity & Inclusion information? Can I provide overall firm Diversity statistics instead? Can I use the old template? What can we put in Column P “Work Highlight Referee?” What can we put in Column Q “Also Referee For (Additional Practice Areas)? How do I make a new submission? Why is Chambers asking for Diversity statistics in the submissions? How will you use the D&I statistical information in research? How many referees can we submit? When should Diversity and Inclusion statistics be submitted? Who should be the contact for arranging interviews on my submission? What are work highlights and why provide them? Does Chambers use the publishable and confidential matters in my submission differently? How is the information I share with Chambers via my submissions protected?
What is a referee spreadsheet?
We ask for a list of referees who we could contact to collect their feedback about the firm's work. This allows us to learn what makes your firm stand out in the market.
The referee spreadsheet can be found here. Please include no more than 20 referees per practice area unless you are submitting to Chambers USA, Canada or Chambers UK Bar. Our Chambers USA and Chambers Canada referee limit is now 30 per practice area. The UK Bar remains five referees per individual barrister per practice area.
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