Saunderson House partners with The Legal 500 Awards

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27 October 2014


Saunderson House has announced it will support The Legal 500 United Kingdom Awards 2014 as an official partner.

The awards seek to recognise and honour 100 of the UK’s best legal practitioners, operating both in-house and in-practice. The winners have been selected based on significant research into the UK legal market, involving some 50,000 interviews.

Beverly Landais, marketing and business development director at Saunderson House, said: “As an adviser to professionals in many of the top UK law firms and barrister sets, we are delighted to be the wealth management partner to this initiative. It rightly celebrates superb legal prowess as well as client service excellence and is based on feedback from clients, peers and suppliers.”

The award presentations will be followed by an exclusive networking and celebratory dinner, which will be held on 26 November 2014 at the Bleeding Heart Restaurant, 14 Ely Place, London.



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