We were honoured to receive the award for The Best HR and Legal Support Services Law Firm in the UK (December 2015). For more detail, see below:
It’s been a truly exciting – and surprising – 12 months for the global legal market.
Some of the most successful and well respected legal firms have started to feel the pressure as profits begin to grow, due to the steadily improving economic conditions. Smaller firms have also noted rise in the workflow, caused by a number of different factors, such as the increased volumes and importance of game changing legal implications, triggered by the wider use of technology in their day to day activities.
Moreover, market competition has, without doubt changed the legal landscape significantly, which has, in turn caused many boutique and mid-sized firms to change their approach towards new business in order to stay on top and maintain their strong position.
With new associate levels stagnating, most companies operating in the market have started to look at locating new talent in the quest to improve both productivity and income.
These awards are given to commend outstanding work throughout the legal world over the past 12 months, recognising excellence in all areas of the industry, from commercial litigation and arbitration to immigration law, insolvency, intellectual property and many more.
Nominated by clients, peers and fellow professionals; voted for by our subscribers and agreed by our industry experts, the Legal Awards provide a comprehensive go-to resource for those seeking the truly outstanding legal professionals from around the world, who go the extra mile to get the job done in style.
Equal Justice Ltd.
Best for HR & Legal Support Services – UK
Lawrence Davies, Director of Equal Justice Solicitors, debates with Katie Hopkins over Jeremy Clarkson’s suspension on the Jeremy Vine show (BBC Radio 2).
Click here to listen to the debate (debate starts at approximately 13.20).
PC Carol Howard was awarded the Modern Heroine award by Dr Richard Stone and the Metropolitan Black Police Association on the 30th October 2014.