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THE FT INNOVATIVE LAWYERS 2015: MAGNUSSON IS A GAME CHANGING LAW FIRM

2015-10-02

Magnusson has been recognized as one of the top five game changing law firms of the past 10 years (outside the UK) during The FT Innovative Lawyers Awards 2015.

The FT Innovative Lawyers Award celebrate the most innovative legal work in the region and recognise the game changing innovations of the last ten years. Both the FT Innovative Lawyers Report and Awards are based on thorough research and robust journalism.

It is another high profile recognition for Magnusson this year. In May 2015, the firm won the inaugural Legal Innovation Awards 2015 by Legal Week (International Innovation), while in March 2015, Magnusson scooped the MPF Award for Management Excellence in 2015 (Best managed international firm).

The FT Innovative Lawyers 2015 Awards Ceremony took place at the Natural History Museum in London on 1 October 2015.

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