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Overview What are department profiles? Who can have a department profile? Is there a charge for creating department profiles? How are department profiles accessed and edited? Who will see department profiles? What if my department has a different name to the one on the Chambers website? Do I have to upload a new department profile every time a new guide is released? Can links be added or images/PDFs be uploaded onto department profiles? Can department profiles be in a language other than English? Must logos be added to a department profile? Is there a word limit for department profile? How to add content to a department profile Who can put work highlights, articles or press releases on the Chambers & Partners website? Is there a charge for adding work highlights, articles or press releases? How do I put a deal, article or press release on a firm or lawyer's profile? What documents can I upload on a firm or lawyer's profile? Can I upload work highlights, articles or press releases in a language other than English? Can I insert an image as part of my deal, article or press release? Can I insert hyperlinks into my deal, article or press release? Can work highlights, articles or press releases be edited/deleted after they have been published on the website? What kind of work highlights, articles or press releases can be uploaded? How do I choose an area of law/industry sector when tagging a deal, article or press release? Is there a word limit for a deal, article or press release? What individual profile subscriptions are available? When is payment due? What is the profile word count? Do I need to send a signed proof of individual profile? Can I update individual profiles? Can non-ranked individuals utilise a profile? When can we announce news of our lawyer and firm rankings to the media? What else can we do to highlight our individual’s success?

Who can have a department profile?

Any firm with a ranking in and a subscription to a current guide. Firms can have one department profile for each section in which they are ranked, e.g. France: Banking & Finance or Scotland: Employment.

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