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Clyde Snow Attorney Emily E. Lewis Recognized in the 2021 Lawyer Monthly Women in Law Awards

by | Aug 24, 2021

Emily E. Lewis – Water Law Attorney of the Year

Clyde Snow is pleased to announce Lawyer Monthly Magazine has included Emily E. Lewis in their 2021 “Women in Law Awards.” Noted for her water law work, Emily is among a global selection of women attorneys found to be excelling and progressing their field. Congrats Emily and keep up the good work!

“The result of several months of research and preparation, the Lawyer Monthly Women in Law Awards shine a spotlight on female legal experts who have influenced the wider legal profession in their jurisdiction. The winners range across all areas of the sector, from high-achieving associates to long serving barristers.”

For Emily’s full profile, visit the Lawyer Monthly website here.

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