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Hunters shortlisted for the Family Law Awards 2019

  • September 02, 2019
  • By Hunters Law LLP

We are delighted to announce that Hunters has been shortlisted in two categories for the Family Law Awards 2019.

Hunters’ Family team has been shortlisted in the Family Law Firm of the Year – London category, recognised for providing a personal service tailored to its clients’ individual needs.

Amy Scollan has been shortlisted in the Family Law Associate Solicitor of the Year category. Last year, Amy successfully acted on a leading jurisdiction dispute, and is often instructed by clients based abroad.

The shortlists were chosen by a judging panel made up of representatives of the Family Law Bar Association, Resolution, the Association of Lawyers for Children, and CILEx along with Family Law editors and publishing executives.

The Family Law Awards will be held at The Ballroom, South Bank on Wednesday 27 November 2019.

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