360 Legal Group Annual Awards 2014

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25 September 2014


We have pleasure in announcing below the shortlist for this year’s 360 Legal Group awards. Thanks to all those who sent in nominations. The judges commented that submissions were excellent and that they spent some time coming to a decision upon which they all agreed.

We look forward to announcing the winners at our Annual Conference and Awards Dinner next Thursday 2nd October and have a few tickets still available should you wish to attend. Please email rachel@360legalgroup.co.uk for further information and to book or visit our website at www.360legalgroup.co.uk.

The shortlisted firms are as follows:

Local Law Firm of the Year

  • Pickerings Solicitors
  • Jobling Gowler Solicitors
  • Larcomes Solicitors

Outstanding Client Service 2014

  • Brethertons
  • Pickerings Solicitors
  • Jobling Gowler Solicitors

Niche Law Firm / Specialist Team of the Year

  • Larcomes Solicitors
  • Selachii
  • Beeley and Co Solicitors

Most Innovating Marketing Idea 2014

  • Watkins and Gunn Solicitors
  • Clutton Cox Solicitors
  • Wright Solicitors

Best Use of Social Media 2014

  • Clutton Cox Solicitors
  • Rowlinsons Solicitors
  • Nigel Davis Solicitors

Managing Partner / Director of the Year

  • Tiina Juahnson – F Barnes Solicitors
  • Satpal Roth – Kher Solicitors
  • Andy Welch – Stephenson Solicitors

Best Use of Technology in Business Development 2014

  • Selachii
  • Brethertons Solicitors
  • Watkins & Gunn Solicitors

Law Firm of the Year

  • Brethertons Solicitors
  • JigsawLaw
  • Pickerings Solicitors


 



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