Saunderson House sponsors The Lawyer Hot 100 2015

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17 December 2014


Saunderson House co-sponsor The Lawyer Hot 100 2015

Saunderson House announces its participation as co-sponsor of The Lawyer Hot 100 2015. The firm has been proudly involved with the event since 2012 as a mark of our commitment to serving the wealth management needs of the legal profession. Saunderson House will co-sponsor alongside global legal recruitment boutique, Fox Rodney.

The Lawyer Hot 100 celebrates the top 100 solicitors, barristers, and general counsel who win the accolade for their innovative and inspiration work. Each year the magazine’s editorial team draws together hundreds of nominations from across the UK’s legal market of lawyers who stand out for their work, whittling the list down to 100 individuals.

This year’s list, to be revealed on 26 January 2015, includes lawyers who have led the work on some of the biggest corporate transactions of the year or advised on landmark pieces of litigation. Others are nominated for the difference they are making through a focus on diversity or pro bono work as well as excellence in strategic and managerial roles. The list includes private practice solicitors, in-house lawyers and barristers from firms, companies and chambers of all sizes across the UK.

Beverly Landais, marketing and business development director at Saunderson House comments: “We are delighted to be involved with The Lawyer Hot 100 2015 which recognises some of the best and brightest members of the legal profession who have excelled in their chosen fields during the past year and who are set to shape the profession in the coming year”.

The launch party which involves previous Hot 100 winners takes place on 28 January 2015 at the Royal Exchange in London, shortly after the 2015 winners are unveiled.

 

 



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