Charles Russell Speechlys shortlisted in The Legal Week British Legal Awards 2016
We are delighted to announce that Charles Russell Speechlys has been shortlisted in the following categories at The Legal Week British Legal Awards 2016:
- Private Equity Team of the Year
- Litigation and Dispute Resolution Team of the Year.
The Legal Week British Legal Awards are the leading awards for the UK’s business law community acting as a showcase for the achievements of one of the country’s most successful sectors. The 29 categories for the awards are chosen carefully to reflect the variety of work undertaken by business lawyers working at law firms, legal departments and other providers of legal services and legal suppliers.
Charles Russell Speechlys has a broad range of skills and experience across the full spectrum of business and personal needs. We were pleased to be included in the team awards which are recognition that deals and cases are the engine room of law firms.
Malcolm MacDougall, Corporate Partner and Head of Private Equity, said, “This is a fantastic achievement for the team. It is a testament to all the hard work that the team has put in over the last 12 months. We are delighted to be short-listed for such a distinguished award.”
Duncan Elson, Partner, Litigation and Dispute Resolution team, said: “To be short-listed for such a prestigious award is recognition of the high-quality work and client commitment the team has shown over the full range of dispute work we have undertaken in the last 12 months. We continue to act for our clients in some of the largest and most complex disputes around the world and have achieved notable successes - we are very pleased that this has been recognised by Legal Week”.
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