21st March 2018
MSI's Northern UK law member Myerson Solicitors was named 'Medium Law Firm of the Year' at the prestigious Manchester Legal Awards 2018.
Carl Newton, Myerson Managing Partner, received the award on behalf of Myerson at a gala dinner at the Midland Hotel in Manchester, attended by over 650 people. The award follows the firm’s move to its state of the art 20,000 square foot office building in Altrincham, a move that was necessitated by its spectacular growth over recent years.
Manchester Legal Awards 2018, which is in its 9-year history, saw the awards receive a record number of entries, and tickets for the event sold out. Organised by the Manchester Law Society, the awards recognise and reward the very best legal talent Greater Manchester has to offer.
Carl Newton, Myerson Managing Partner commented: “We are so proud to have won this award. It is a powerful recognition of the dedication and hard work put in by each and every member of the Myerson team over the last 10 years all of whom have committed themselves to the pursuit of excellence in the way we operate and serve our clients from our base in Altrincham. Myerson has flourished in recent years and it is fantastic to be recognised for the fantastic service our team provides to clients and the local community.”
The awards were judged by prominent business leaders and organisations from the North West business community.
The process is extremely vigorous and involved both submissions and panel interviews to evaluate the nominees.
Myerson was founded in Manchester, Cheshire over 30 years ago and is a leading, full service commercial and private client law firm providing bespoke legal advice to businesses and affluent individuals across Manchester, Cheshire, the UK and beyond.
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