Wilsons wins the Lawyers Worldwide Awards Magazine – Innovative Lawyers 2017 award

Wilsons wins the Lawyers Worldwide Awards Magazine – Innovative Lawyers 2017 award

Published at: 2017-05-17 10:36 | Author: CIJ Europe
Wilsons, one of the top independent law firms in the Czech and Slovak Republics, is among the winners of the Lawyers Worldwide Awards Magazine - Innovative Lawyers 2017 award. The law firm was given the title ´Innovative Lawyers´.

The Lawyers Worldwide Magazine Awards honors the leading, most prolific firms that have displayed a consistently high degree of quality, tenacity and ability. The Lawyers Worldwide magazine awards recognize a select number of leading professional firms across the globe in their individual areas of specialization and within their geographical location.

Wilsons has won numerous awards recently, including Corporate LiveWire – Global Awards 2017 -´Boutique Corporate Law Firm of the Year´ and ´Best in Real Estate Transaction Law Services‘, at the HOF Awards 2017 – Best of the Best (‘Law company‘). The company was also honored at the 2017 Business Excellence Awards by being named ‘Law Firm of the Year – Czech Republic‘.

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