Napthens nominated for major legal award

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North West regional law firm Napthens has been shortlisted for a major national legal award.

North West regional law firm Napthens has been shortlisted for a major national legal award.

The firm, which has offices across Lancashire, Cumbria and Merseyside, is a finalist in the Independent Law Firm of the year category at the coveted Lawyer Awards 2020.

The award shortlisting follows similar success for the firm, which was named as Mid-Sized Law Firm of the Year at the North West Business Insider Awards in 2019, while CEO Shru Morris was named as the top professional services leader at the Northern Leadership Awards.

Shru Morris said: “I am so proud of our team and what we have achieved.  Napthens’ people are dedicated to providing exceptional service and advice, whilst building long term relationships with our clients.  This nomination is a testament to their expertise and hard work in supporting our clients.

“This is a nomination for the entire firm and our people – they are extremely deserving of the recognition.”

The Lawyer Awards recognise the best law firms and professionals across the UK and is judged by over 70 leading legal experts. Managed by leading industry publication, The Lawyer, the awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday 3 November. In total, the awards received over 500 entries from 240 organisations.

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