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MAGNUSSON SHORTLISTED FOR THE BRITISH LEGAL AWARDS 2017

2017-10-11

Magnusson is delighted to be shortlisted for European Law Firm of the Year in the British Legal Awards 2017.

It is the 9th final in a row for Magnusson. Additionally, during this period we became the first law firm ever to win the British Legal Awards, in any category, for three consecutive years. In addition to the triple win, Magnusson was highly commended in 2015.

The Awards ceremony will take place on 30 November 2017 with an audience of some 1,000 UK and international lawyers assembled at Finsbury Square in the City of London.

The British Legal Awards are hosted by Legal Week, a leading UK weekly magazine focused on the legal industry, a part of the ALM Media. All the major UK and international law firms compete every year for the awards.

Senior Partner / Founder Per Magnusson, and Mariusz Kowalski, Chief Marketing Officer / Partner, will represent the firm at the awards ceremony.

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