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Ignition are proud to be shortlisted for The Lawyer Awards 2019

Alex McPherson

Ignition Law are delighted to announce that the firm has been shortlisted as finalists for ‘The Lawyer Awards 2019’ in the category of ‘Law Firm of the Year: The Independents, London’.

The annual awards bring together over 1,200 private lawyers to celebrate excellence across the whole legal sector.

Alex McPherson, co-founder of Ignition Law comments:

“The entire Ignition team are thrilled to be shortlisted for this award, especially considering the quality and expertise of the other firms shortlisted in the same category. Ignition continues to enjoy growth at a rapid pace, which is underpinned by our fantastically astute lawyers, all of whom continue to provide first-class advice and service to our clients. This shortlisting demonstrates and rewards the firm’s hard work and commitment to our clients.”

Ignition were also the recipient of the Business Growth Award at the Modern Law Awards 2019 and were finalists at the Legal Business Awards 2019 in the category of ‘Boutique Law Firm of the Year’.

To speak with a lawyer at Ignition contact Alex on and we will be happy to assist.

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