Jigsaw Law shortlisted for prestigious award
Jigsaw Law, the specialist claimant personal injury law firm based in Ellesmere Port, Wirral, have been shortlisted for the Modern Law Awards 2014. The firm, which was established 3 years ago, are in the final four contenders in the category for firms with 26 to 100 Employees.
The awards, sponsored by legal software provider Eclipse Proclaim, identify and celebrate emerging talent and success in entrepreneurship, market development and practice management in the modern legal services arena. These exclusive awards reflect the ever-evolving business dynamism of legal service providers since the Legal Services Act came into force. The Modern Law Awards are an opportunity for the legal sector to showcase and set benchmarks for best practice in the diverse, challenging and exciting landscape of the business of law.
The panel of judges comprises senior and influential figures in the legal profession, including Professor Stephen Mayson (Barrister), Paul Philip (CEO of the Solicitors Regulation Authority), Jonathan Smithers (Vice President of the Law Society), Nicholas Lavender QC (The Bar Council) and Jonathan Djanogly (Member of Parliament).
The category Jigsaw Law is shortlisted in is law firms with 26 to 100 employees that are registered as an ABS – Alternative Business Structure – a law firm that has non-lawyers amongst it’s owners and is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Jigsaw Law offer their best wishes to all firms shortlisted for an award, and are looking forward to the glittering awards presentation ceremony, hosted by writer and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth at the London Hilton on Park Lane, next month.
Steve Bradley September 2014