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KGW Law shortlisted for prestigious legal award

Published: 20th November 2017

KGW Family Law has been selected to be short-listed as 'Family Law Regional Firm of the Year - South' at the upcoming awards, organised by Jordan Publishing.

The firm had to demonstrate it provides outstanding quality of legal service for its clients and has displayed high levels of teamwork within the firm itself, and with external lawyers and/or other professionals. The criteria by which the judging panel made their decision was based upon:

  •  External nominations/testimonials

  •  Quality of legal services offered

  •  Recent reported cases in which the firm has acted

  •  Pro bono initiatives/services benefiting the local community

  •  Range of expertise within the firm

  •  Training and career progression of employees

Karin Walker said about the achievement. "External recognition is always appreciated and the Jordan Publishing Awards are very well respected in family law circles. We're lucky at KGW Law to have a really 'tight' and established team. With Joanna and Matthew, my fellow partners, we share the same ethos of helping couples separate in as positive a way as possible, particularly when children are involved and continued positive parenting remains a joint aim."

The awards are held in London on Wednesday 29 November.

  

Karin Walker

Karin Walker

Solicitor, Mediator, Arbitrator and Collaborative Lawyer

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Simon Clark

Simon Clark

Family Solicitor, Accredited Mediator and Collaborative Lawyer

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Helen Farmer

Helen Farmer

Personal Assistant to Karin Walker

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Kim Parry

Kim Parry

Legal Assistant to Karin Walker

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Rachel Stone

Rachel Stone

Personal Assistant

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Stefanie Walker

Stefanie Walker

Personal Assistant

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