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Posted by familylaw on 16th October 2012

The bright lights, red carpet, glamorous dresses and powerful people…

…just another night at the Family Law Awards.

Last week the crème de la crème of country’s family law practitioners descended on the Park Lane Hilton for a night of celebration.

Established in 2011 to recognise the important work of family lawyers, and celebrate their many successes and outstanding achievements. They are means for Family Law and its readers to acknowledge the hard work and commitment throughout the year amongst the nominees and the profession as a whole.

For the second year running our fantastic Devon based family law teams have been well represented among the shortlists. This year we were up for 2 awards- Family Law Firm of the Year and Family Law Legal Executive of the Year, in the form of Alexandra Boardman.

While we weren’t able to bring home any of the top prizes, it was wonderful to see so many family law firms in attendance celebrating another year of fantastic work.

Rachel Buckley, Director, was in attendance and commented on the nights jubilations: ” I was thrilled to have been present at the awards ceremony last night. Being shortlisted for a national award is such a great achievement and although we didn’t win it was nice to be here to celebrate these wonderful achievements at a time of such change and uncertainty in our industry. I feel safe in the knowledge that the specialists here tonight are well prepared to weather the coming storm.”

Being shortlisted for these awards is further recognition of the fantastic skills and expertise that the firm delivers on a daily basis. Just a fortnight before the firm was listed in the top tier of Legal 500’s South West region Family Law firms.

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