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Hampshire law firm finalists for second year running
- AuthorKaren Clarkson
Warner Goodman LLP have been shortlisted once again in the annual LawNet Awards for Team of the Year and Young Lawyer of the Year. As well as reaching the finals for these two awards last year, the firm was also nominated for Best Digital Presence and went on to win Law Firm of the Year.
“Last year our Commercial Property team made it to the finals due to their excellent financial and reputational growth in the Portsmouth area,” explains Karen Clarkson, Marketing Manager for the firm. “This year we nominated our Employment Law team for the award. The team have also seen expansion in the last 12 months, mainly due to their employment law support package, Peace of Mind. Using their initiative to drive relationships with businesses through this package, we have not only seen the benefits for the employment team, but also through referrals to other departments.”
Alexandra Savage is this year’s nominee for the Young Lawyer of the Year. “In the space of three years Alex has transformed from a Trainee in Commercial Property, through to a newly qualified solicitor bringing in fees to rival her experienced colleagues, to successfully being promoted to Associate status,” continues Karen. “The speed of this progression has never been seen before within the firm and Alex is the most newly qualified solicitor to have ever been offered the position.”
The awards are open to legal practices who are members of LawNet, the leading national network for independent law firms. The winners will be announced at the awards dinner to be held next month at the network’s annual conference.
“I’m thrilled that the Employment team and Alex have been shortlisted for these awards,” concludes Karen. “It’s a true recognition of their hard work and dedication to the firm, not only for potential and existing clients to see, but also for their colleagues and fellow LawNet members.”
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