1CL Wins Barristers’ Chambers of the Year at Personal Injury Awards

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02/12/2020

We are delighted to have won Barristers’ Chambers of the Year Award at last night’s Personal Injury Awards.

The Personal Injury Awards highlight and celebrate the excellence of individuals and organisations across the personal injury sector. The objectives of the awards are to identify high standards of practice and to inspire others to emulate the achievements demonstrated by those who have been shortlisted.

Up against some very stiff competition, we were noted for our “ability to adapt to the Covid-19 pandemic” and for our “strong track record of working on high profile and complex cases going above and beyond for clients”.

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