The Lawyer has announced the finalists for their 2018 Awards and Ignition Law have been shortlisted for the Best Collaboration Initiative! This year there a record number of law firm and companies entered and over 70 judges across private practice, in-house and the Bar debated the entries to narrow down the shortlist for the 28 categories. We are thrilled to be involved with these prestigious awards and are looking forward to the dinner on 26th June.
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