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MAGNUSSON AMONG BEST REFERRAL FIRMS IN EUROPE

2015-02-26

Magnusson is shortlisted for Referral Law Firm of the Year award at the Lawyer European Awards 2015.

According to The Lawyer, the category is designed to recognise those firms which stand out in the way they work with their peers in other countries on cross-border transactions, in recognition of the continued importance of referral relationships for the European legal market. All the shortlisted firms were nominated by a peer in another country and have demonstrated that they are able to work seamlessly with their referral partners.

In addition to being shortlisted for Referral Firm of the Year, Magnusson is also in the running for Law Firm of the Year Poland, and European Managing Partner of the Year awards.

The Lawyer commented on Magnusson's nomination in the following way:

Nordic firm Magnusson has been positioning itself as a seamless operator around the Baltic Sea region, and its referral partners seem to agree. Magnusson’s innovation and entrepreneurship are picked out as being particularly noteworthy.

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