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HFW Highly Commended As Law Firm Of The Year At Law Society Awards

Global, sector-focused law firm HFW has been Highly Commended as Law Firm of the Year at The Law Society Excellence Awards 2018.

The Law Society described HFW as “a dynamic, sector-focused business that is one of the market’s fastest-growing law firms” and said that it has “completely transformed” its international network.

Law Society president Christina Blacklaws said the awards recognise law firms that “went above and beyond in their efforts to support their clients”.

She added: “This year, we received a record number of nominations for the awards, which highlighted the exceptional dedication, thoughtfulness and skill solicitors bring to their job on a daily basis. Congratulations to the team at HFW for this well-deserved recognition.”

Marcus Bowman, Managing Partner, HFW:

"We are very proud to have the strength of our sector-focused practice and our significant international growth recognised by The Law Society. We have expanded considerably in recent years, launching in eight new international markets since 2016 and adding 23 new partners so far in 2018 alone, and we have ambitious plans for the future as part of our strategy of being the world's leading law firm to the aerospace, commodities, construction, energy, insurance and shipping sectors."

About HFW

HFW is a leading global law firm in the aerospace, commodities, construction, energy, insurance and shipping sectors. The firm has 600 lawyers, including 170 partners, based in 20 offices across the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia. HFW prides itself on its deep industry expertise and its entrepreneurial, creative and collaborative culture.

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