Wilsons’s Slovak team triumphs with two prizes

Wilsons’s Slovak team triumphs with two prizes

Published at: 2018-01-29 10:56 | Author: CIJ Europe
Wilsons has added yet another prize to its shelf of trophies. Wilsons‘ Slovak team was recognized in the 2018 Corporate Intl Magazine Global Awards ranking, which is presented by Corporate INTL. It named Wilsons its ‘Real Estate Law Firm of the Year in Slovakia - 2018’. The law firm was also chosen as the Editors Choice winner in recognition of the Slovak team’s accomplishments and hard work over the course of 2018.

The annual Corporate Intl Magazine Global Awards reward excellence among the world’s leading advisers and financiers, honoring the most successful candidates over the past 12 months in providing both expertise and service.

Colleagues from the Czech office of Wilsons were recently named the winners of the ‘Property Acquisitions Law Firm of the Year in the Czech Republic’ title. The company has enjoyed tremendous success in recent months, having also been awarded the ‘Real Estate Lawyer of the Year in the Czech Republic’ title in the 2018 International Advisory Experts Awards.

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