Olliers Solicitors are delighted to have won Crime Team of the Year at the Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Awards 2016.
Crime Team of the Year 2016 – Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Awards
The Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Awards were launched to celebrate and identify talent and success in innovation, entrepreneurship, market development, business management, best practice and excellence in the modern legal services arena. The awards were held at the Hurlingham Club in London yesterday evening and were hosted by award winning stand up comedian Tom Stade. The ceremony itself proved a fantastic evening and a thoroughly good time was had by all. The competition was extremely strong in all categories and we offer our congratulations to all other firms successful in winning awards.
Matthew Claughton, Managing Director, commented:
“I am absolutely delighted to win Crime Team of the Year. To win the award is a fantastic achievement for the firm and recognition of the firm’s innovative outlook. The win reflects the commitment and hard work of every single member of Olliers and I would like to thank all of the Olliers team for their continuing dedication to excel.
Interested in Joining an Award Winning Law Firm?
We are interested in hearing from experienced lawyers who feel they have what it takes to become part of the Olliers team. We are an innovative, agile firm who embrace flexibility and provide a high level of support to those who join us as we believe our staff are our greatest asset.
Olliers Solicitors – Specialist Criminal Defence
Olliers is one of the UK’s leading criminal law firms. Based in Manchester and London we specialise in defending allegations of fraud and serious crime. Olliers Solicitors is also the 2016 Manchester Legal Awards Crime Team of the Year. We are ranked as a Top Tier Firm in both the Legal 500 2016 and Chambers Directory 2017. We have four directors and 20 solicitors at our Manchester office, together with an increasing number of consultants nationwide dealing with the full spectrum of criminal offences.