Bryan Wilson (Wilsons) awarded ‚Best Leadership of the Year‘ in Czech CIJ Awards 2017

Bryan Wilson (Wilsons) awarded ‚Best Leadership of the Year‘ in Czech CIJ Awards 2017

Published at: 2017-12-04 10:53 | Author: CIJ Europe
Bryan Wilson, one of the co-founders and partner at the Prague-based law company Wilsons, has been recognized in the CIJ Awards Czech Republic 2017. Bryan won the 'Best Leadership of the Year' award this year. Bryan celebrated the presentation of this prize together with his Wilsons colleagues, with finalists and fellow winners at the gala event held in Prague Marriott hotel last week.

The winning entries in each project category will enjoy advancement to the Best of the Best CIJ Awards Europe in 2018 where only the winning elite is presented from 10 other countries from around Central & Southeast Europe.

Bryan’s success follows the previously won 2018 International Advisory Experts Award (‘Real Estate Lawyers of the Year in the Czech Republic’), Construction & Real Estate Awards 2017/18 – Corporate LiveWire (´Excellence in Real Estate Investment Law Services – Czech Republic’´) and Lawyers Worldwide Award Magazine Five Star Lawyers 2017 (´Real Estate Law Firm of the Year – Czech Republic´).

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