ByrneWallace is shortlisted for Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2018Posted in : ROI on 28 February 2018 Issues covered:
ByrneWallace is pleased to announce that the firm has been shortlisted for the Chambers Europe Award - Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2018 for the second consecutive yearby international legal directory Chambers & Partners.
The Chambers Europe Awards honour the work of national and international law firms across Europe on the basis of research for the upcoming edition of Chambers Europe. They recognise a law firm’s pre-eminence in key countries in the region. They also reflect notable achievements over the past 12 months including outstanding work, impressive strategic growth and excellence in client service. This research is also based on the feedback and recommendations made by clients in Ireland and internationally.
Commenting on the announcement, Managing Partner Catherine Guy said, “We are delighted to have once again gained this international recognition by being shortlisted for this award, Ireland Law Firm of the Year. Over the last 12 months, the firm has continued to grow and strengthen the depth and breadth of our services and expertise, and responding to the changing needs of our clients, in order to ensure that we consistently deliver the highest standard of service.
“Delivering an excellent service is core to our ethos. Being shortlisted as one of Ireland’s top law firms is further recognition of our leading position and our on-going commitment to deliver excellent services and advice to our clients.”
ByrneWallace has previously been honoured at these Awards. In 2017 the firm won the Ireland Client Service Award 2017 and on receiving this award, ByrneWallace was commended for the quality of its legal advice and its dedication to delivering the highest standards of client service. One client interviewed as part of the research remarked that, “First of all, the quality is excellent, and they have given a strong performance and good advice; secondly, they are pragmatic in the way they approach things; and thirdly, they are extraordinarily hard-working."
The winners of the Chambers Europe Awards will be announced on Friday, 20 April at the Hotel InterContinental Madrid in Spain.This article is correct at 28/02/2018
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