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Charles Russell Speechlys awarded Family Law Firm of the year by eprivateclient

Charles Russell Speechlys has won the award for full service Family Law Firm at the eprivateclient Excellence Awards 2023. These awards focus exclusively on the achievements of the leading UK and offshore legal, tax, fiduciary and advisory professionals over the past 12 months. Only the very top private client firms (as recognised by eprivateclient) were approached to apply and this year 26 finalists were selected out of those that entered across 10 different categories.

Collecting the award last night on behalf of the Family team at Charles Russell Speechlys, Partner Miranda Fisher commented:

Building on our shortlisting in the last two years, we are delighted to receive this highly prestigious award, judged by a panel of respected Private Wealth industry professionals, in recognition of the strength and quality of our team, and the complex cross border family law work which comprises so much of our practice.”

Piers Master, Partner and Head of Private Wealth added:

Our Family group is a key part of our full service private capital team, and we are so delighted at this well-deserved recognition of their market standing.  The award is a testament to the hard work of our dedicated lawyers who operate across borders to provide such excellent advice in the most complex cases.

It was great to see so many fantastic firms come together at last night’s award ceremony and I would like to say a huge thank you to eprivateclient for their recognition, and for their continued support and dedication to the industry.”

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