Bufete Buades has reason to celebrate once again as the firm’s work is recognised at national level for the second time in recent months. Bufete Buades won the award for the Best Legal Marketing Strategy in the 2016 Legal Marcom awards earlier this year. Now the merit goes to our lawyer, Mateo Juan Gómez, who has won a national prize awarded by Diario LA LEY, Wolters Kluwer’s prestigious legal publication, for the legal article most consulted by readers of the daily newspaper.
The article, “10 things you should know about the reform of the Civil Procedure Code”, was among the five finalists in the first phase of the competition and, after being submitted for the consideration of the LA LEY Instructional Articles panel of judges, was judged the best in terms of the three criteria of quality, topicality and interest.
Here is how Diario LA LEY reported it on its website:
Readers of Diario LA LEY have recognized the article "10 things you should know about the reform of the Civil Procedure Code" in the most-read article of 2015 category. The article's author is Mateo Juan Gómez of the Bufete Buades firm.
The Spanish Legal & Regulatory division of Wolters Kluwer, a leading global company in management solutions and information, training and professional software services, has announced the winner of the 2nd Diario LA LEY Readers Prize. The award goes to the article “10 things you should know about the reform of the Civil Procedure Code”, by Mateo Juan Gómez of the Bufete Buades firm. The award will be presented on Thursday 26 May during the 30th Edition of the Diario LA LEY Instructional Articles Awards ceremony.
The article was published in the 4 December 2015 edition of the newspaper. The direct, complicit, lawyer-to-lawyer language used by the author to sum up the procedural reform enabled the article to become a source of guidance and analysis for the reading of the reform for readers of Diario LA LEY.
About Diario LA LEY Readers Prize
All the articles published during the year are considered for the Diario LA LEY Readers Prize. Each month, the three most-read articles are selected. At the end of the year in question, the five most-consulted articles are submitted for the consideration of the LA LEY Instructional Articles panel of judges. The judges then select the article which, in their view, best fulfils the specifications of quality, topicality and interest.
Read the complete article: "10 things you should know about the reform of the Civil Procedure Code".