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Stibbe wins "Gouden Zandloper" award for Best Infographic 2018

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Stibbe wins "Gouden Zandloper" award for Best Infographic 2018

30.03.2018 NL law

On 29 March, Stibbe’s Amsterdam office won the Best Infographic award at the De Gouden Zandlopers 2018.

The Gouden Zandlopers are awarded annually by Dutch publishing house SDU, recognizing various achievements within the Dutch legal market. Stibbe's in-house visual designer Kim Raad had the honour of receiving the award based on a complicated infographic which was created for a specific court case and contributed to a favourable ruling for the client.

Stibbe regularly includes infographics in advice to clients and court documents to provide insight into complex questions and cases. Winning this award shows how Stibbe is a front runner in terms of delivering advice using technology and innovative methods which can directly benefit the client.

 

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