Virtuoso Legal 2nd in IP Team of the Year: Incredible news to cap off our 10th year!
Virtuoso Legal are delighted to announce that they placed 2nd for IP Team of the Year at The Lawyer Awards 2017.
The event took place last night at the prestigious Grosvenor Hotel in Mayfair, London. Principal Liz Ward, and senior solicitor Philip Partington were in attendance.
The Lawyer Awards are widely regarded as the leading legal awards in the country. For a specialist boutique to be nominated alongside mammoth corporations… (let alone beat many of them to 2nd place) is an unbelievable result.
Notably,Virtuoso Legal are a boutique firm of IP specialists – operating with less than 10 employees, whilst many of the firms Virtuoso beat to 2nd place have offices worldwide and many hundreds of lawyers. Indeed, Allen & Overy’s turnover for 2015/16 was a staggering £1.31 billion, so Virtuoso Legal really were competing with (and bested some) true industry giants!
A word from Virtuoso Legal’s principal
Principal, Liz Ward said: “This is clearly an incredible testament to my fantastic team… but in another sense it doesn’t surprise me! Whilst we are a small team, we have elite expertise and experience on board that helps us move mountains. And we do for our clients, time and time again. It is something we’re incredibly proud of, and is at the heart of everything we do.
Ultimately, we’re able to deliver results above and beyond expectation every time because we work so closely with clients… to see things through on their terms. We may be small, but by keeping a focus on doing right by our clients means we’re always able to get results. Placing 2nd in The Lawyer Awards for IP, and (ahead of so many giants in our field) is just another example of this. I am so excited to see what’s next for Virtuoso Legal.”
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by Martin Hendry · Published April 5, 2017
· Last modified October 4, 2018