MAGNUSSON FINALIST OF THE BRITISH LEGAL AWARDS 2013
For the fifth consecutive year Magnusson has been shortlisted for The British Legal Awards as European Law Firm of The Year.
Last year, we won the Awards in the category of European Law Firm of The Year, so in 2013 Magnusson is a defending champion.
Magnusson is the only law firm from Northern Europe that has consistently been either the winner or one of the finalists of The British Legal Awards in the category of European Law Firm of The Year for five consecutive years (2009-2013).
European Law Firm of the Year – the Finalists 2013
Gomez-Acebo & Pombo
Miranda Correia Amendoeira
Law firms shortlisted for The Awards in other categories include, among others: Clifford Chance, Linklaters, Allen & Overy, Slaughter and May, Freshfields, Weil, Mishcon de Reya, etc.
The British Legal Awards are presented by Legal Week, a leading UK legal magazine. The shortlist was chosen by an independent panel of judges made up of leading in-house lawyers, former managing and senior partners, and other senior business figures. The judging panel is chaired by Alasdair Douglas, chairman, City of London Law Society.
More details: http://www.britishlegalawards.com/static/2013- finalists
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