We are pleased to announce that we are the winners of the Finance Monthly 2015 Agricultural Law Law Firm of the Year Award.
Finance Monthly’s annual Law Awards have returned to offer recognition of law firms and legal professionals for their notable work done in the past year.
A lengthy process began in January 2015 to determine these honourees. This comprised an online voting process, including personal nominations. Finance Monthly’s research team then collated the votes and examined all the nominations to compile a definitive list of industry leaders.
As a result those celebrated represent a wide range of respected individuals and firms from all over the world. Finance Monthly’s awards process honours those at the top of their game as they continue to provide high class legal services.
All category winners are featured in a special 2015 Awards publication, in which you can see our listing on page 13 and page 37 http://www.finance-monthly.com/magazines/FMLA15/
When asked to comment on this year’s awards, Mark Palmer, Executive Editor of Finance Monthly said: “We are thrilled to produce a publication that showcases some of the very best firms working in the industry today. The winners have demonstrated innovation and excellence over the past twelve months and I do not doubt that they will continue to go from strength to strength throughout 2016 and beyond.”
Jenni Bartram, Senior Partner and Head of Agricultural Team at Crombie Wilkinson said:
“We are very pleased to have been chosen as the winner of the Agricultural Law Law Firm of the Year Award. Our Agricultural team have advised and supported the local farming community for many years and we have every confidence in our experience and expertise on diverse and varied agricultural, horticultural, land, business and property matters. We are appointed as one of only two solicitors to provide legal advice and expertise to the National Farmers Union North East members and we hold membership with both the Agricultural Law Association and NFU Professional. We enjoy assisting our Agricultural and Rural Community and giving our continued support to the British Farming and Food sector.”