Liverpool’s In-House Legal Solutions shortlisted for prestigious legal awardPublished on
North-West based legal business In-House Legal Solutions has been shortlisted for a prestigious Law Society Excellence Award, the highest accolade for law firms in England and Wales.
In-House Legal Solutions has been shortlisted in the Law Firm of the Year – Small category.
Director and Co-Founder Brian Noon said: “We are honoured to have been shortlisted for this prestigious award at such an early stage of the business’s development. Since we founded the business in late 2016 we have focussed on offering an alternative streamlined, fixed fee model in areas where in-house legal teams require specific support, and have successfully created a position for ourselves between in-house legal teams and their usual roster of traditional law firms.
“In addition, the business is built around the recruitment and training of legal graduates to become paralegals to help us service our clients at the right price point. Given the numbers of those wanting to enter the profession is far higher than the number of training contracts and other opportunities available each year, we are keen to drive growth in order to continue to offer more high quality career opportunities to these talented individuals.”
Law Society of England and Wales president Simon Davis said: “Congratulations to all those who have been shortlisted. There are more than 9,000 firms and 190,000 solicitors in England and Wales, so to be shortlisted for a Law Society Excellence Award is to be recognised as being among the very best of the best.
“The justice system was already under immense pressure prior to Covid-19 and the situation has been exacerbated by the pandemic, making the incredible work that is being done by solicitors across the country day-in day-out to support their clients more vital than ever.”
Winners will be announced in a series of online ceremonies from 13-15 October.
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