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Law Society nominated for pandemic communications excellence
Pic: Cian Redmond

06 May 2021 / law society Print

Law Society nominated for virus comms excellence

The Law Society has been shortlisted in two categories for the COVID Comms Awards.

The awards, co-sponsored by Powerscourt and Addison, celebrate brilliance in communications during the pandemic.

“This has been the most extraordinary time for communicators,” the awards’ organisers say.

“They have achieved great things under the most unusual and challenging of circumstances.”

Share the lessons

The Covid Comms Awards Ireland offer the chance to reflect on these achievements and to share the lessons.

The trophy will signify excellence in adversity.

The Law Society is shortlisted in the ‘best embodiment of corporate purpose’ category with the tagline ‘business as usual, delivered differently’.

The Law Society is also shortlisted in the ‘best wellbeing initiative’ for its professional wellbeing project, which is co-ordinated by staff member Julie Breen.

The winners will be announced on 13 May.

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