Sintons shortlisted in six categories of Northern Law Awards

Law firm Sintons has been recognised for the strength and growth it has seen across the firm by being shortlisted in six categories of the prestigious Northern Law Awards.

Newcastle-based Sintons has been rewarded for all six submissions it made for this year’s awards with shortlistings in the following categories:

  • Firm of the year (6+ partners)
  • Team of the year – Family
  • Team of the year – Personal Injury
  • Team of the year – Litigation and dispute resolution
  • Team of the year – Corporate/commercial
  • Team of the year – Private client.

The multiple shortlistings follow double success for Sintons at last year’s Northern Law Awards, at which the firm won awards for Team of the year – Property/residential, and marketing manager David Pritchard won the Law Practice Management title.

The Northern Law Awards, now in their fourth year, celebrate and acknowledge the very best of legal excellence, talent and success across the North of England. The winners will be revealed at an awards ceremony in June, and will be chosen by an independent judging panel after interviews with all shortlisted firms and candidates.

Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “We are delighted to be shortlisted six times in this year’s Northern Law Awards – indeed in every category we entered – which helps to demonstrate the outstanding levels of capability and expertise we have here and the continuing progress we are making as a firm.

“Our Strategy for Growth has seen us strengthen departments throughout the firm and make a number of key additions to our team, and we are now starting to reap the rewards of these efforts through the strong levels of growth we are seeing.

“The Northern Law Awards are a highly-respected endorsement of legal capability and excellence and we are proud to once again be shortlisted.”

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