Acuity Win “Law Firm of the Year” at Wales Legal Awards 2020

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Acuity Win “Law Firm of the Year” at Wales Legal Awards 2020

Last week, the Wales Legal Award winners were announced via a live streamed broadcast.

Acuity Law are delighted to have received Law Firm of the Year as well as Corporate and Commercial Team of the Year. It is a tremendous accolade that we are very proud to accept.

Being recognised as Law Firm of the Year is a credit to the dedication and hard work from our entire Acuity community during a year of much change and uncertainty. These achievements highlight Acuity’s continued growth and investment in its clients, services and people.

The Corporate and Commercial Team of the Year Award was judged on each teams ability to provide proactive, innovative advice to clients, evidencing excellence with work that has been recognised the business and legal community in Wales and beyond.

We agree that these qualities are reflected in the pioneering work from our Corporate and Commercial teams and we couldn’t be more proud of their dedication to clients and personal achievements. Congratulations to you all.

Acuity Partner, Rachelle Sellek commented:

“Acuity Law would like to give a huge thank you to Wales Legal Awards. We are delighted to have received awards for Law Firm of the Year and Corporate and Commercial Team of the Year. It has been a challenging year for the legal industry, and this is recognition of our amazing teams producing work that we are very proud of. Heartfelt congratulations to all of the winners, we are thrilled to be a part of the talent demonstrated in Wales throughout all the categories.”

For a full list of winners please visit – waleslegalawards.com

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