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Ignition Law shortlisted for the Legal Week Innovation Awards

Alex McPherson

Ignition Law is delighted to have been shortlisted for the Legal Week Innovation Awards 2017.

Ignition has been shortlisted in the category: ABS Innovation, in relation to the firm’s non-traditional business structure.

The Legal Week Innovation Awards celebrate outstanding achievement within the profession. By recognising exceptional achievement and best practice, they underline the crucial role promoting innovation played by lawyers working in tandem with colleagues in other disciplines such as marketing, business development, finance, IT, project management, operations, PR and recruitment.

This year the Legal Week Innovation Awards will take place at The Brewery on Friday 26th May 2017.

Further information and the full shortlists can be found here.

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