TLT has been shortlisted in two categories at the Manchester Legal Awards 2021, which recognise and celebrate legal talent in the region.
The firm has been nominated for Property Team of the Year in recognition of the exceptional standard and high volume of important strategic work undertaken on behalf of its clients, leading to an 18.4% revenue growth for Manchester’s real estate team in the last year.
The firm’s other nomination for Regulatory Team of the Year recognises TLT’s ability to provide highly strategic support that goes beyond traditional legal advice, including through its use of technology using the firm’s Future Law solutions. A recent example saw the mobilisation of a team of lawyers, IT specialists and digital marketing professionals from across the firm to build a secure bespoke website portal on behalf of a major retail client in a very short timeframe. The portal was designed in six different languages and had to meet strict security requirements due to the confidential nature of the matter.
Graeme Orchison, partner and Manchester location head, says:
"I'm pleased that the quality and hard work of the teams involved has been recognised through these nominations, which are a real testament to their dedication and commitment in continuing to deliver an exceptional client service throughout the challenges of the last year.
“I am proud that our Manchester office, which opened in 2013, has come from a standing start to a full service offering in just a few years. We are seeing sustained and robust growth and are very ambitious for our future in the region as we continue to deliver excellence for our clients.”
The nominations follow last year’s double win at the Manchester Legal Awards, taking home the awards for Employment Team of the Year and Law Firm Innovation.
This year’s winners will be announced on Thursday 17 June. You can find the full shortlist here.
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