William Longrigg wins Family Lawyer of the Year at the Spear's Wealth Management Awards 2016
We are pleased to announce that Charles Russell Speechlys Family partner William Longrigg has won the Spear’s Wealth Management 2016 Award for Family Lawyer of the Year.
We received 4 nominations at this year’s awards. The full nomination list was:
- Ashley King-Christopher for Spear's Award for Family Office Lawyer
- William Longrigg for Family Lawyer of the Year
- James Freeman for Family Lawyer of the Year
- Tom Duggins (Family lawyer) for Young Lawyer of the Year
Charles Russell Speechlys has a formidable Family team, so we are pleased to see our work reflected accordingly.
The Spear’s Wealth Management Awards are hailed for honouring entrepreneurs, professional advisors, and others for their innovation, success and contribution. They are considered among the most reputable awards for the industry and encompass wealth managers and advisors from multiple sectors.
Speaking of the award, Sarah Higgins, Head of Family said, “the judges noted that William, immediate past president of the International Academy of Family Lawyers, has made a significant contribution during his presidency, particularly in encouraging and facilitating younger lawyers to come together internationally.”
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