Short-listed for Law Firm of the Year 2013
We are pleased to have been short-listed for Law Firm of the Year 2013.
The Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards have showcased the very best of the region’s legal talent since 2002.
A permanent fixture in the legal and business calendar, they celebrate the success and achievement of both individuals and firms.
The Awards are open to firms and individuals, across all levels of the legal spectrum, practicing in the West Midlands.
This year’s categories include:
- Trainee Solicitor of the Year
- Barrister of the Year
- Chartered Legal Executive of the Year
- Assistant/Associate Solicitor of the Year
- Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year
- International Lawyer of the Year
- Partner of the Year
- Law Firm of the Year (sole practitioners and firms up to 4 partners)
- Law Firm of the Year (5 – 15 partners)
- Law Firm of the Year (16 plus partners)
Wallace Robinson & Morgan are one of five firms to be short-listed for the award for Law Firm of the Year (5-15 partners).
“Delighted to be nominated”
Paul Hughes, senior partner at Wallace Robinson & Morgan said, “We were delighted to be nominated for the awards by one of the partners at another Solihull law firm.
The judges have now assessed our written submission and selected us as finalists. This is the first time we have entered the awards but it gave us the opportunity to reflect on our achievements.
The firm was established in 1855 in Birmingham and so we have a long tradition of delivering a quality legal service to individuals and businesses.
I feel that being selected as finalists is recognition of the excellent service we provide for our clients as well as acknowledgement of the work we do to support community projects and to develop the talents of young people training to be the solicitors of the future.”
Winners to be announced
The winners of the awards will be announced at the Legal Awards Dinner of 14th March 2013 at the ICC, Birmingham.
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