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Manchester Legal Awards 2019 Team of the Year - Family

14.01.2019

We're delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for a prestigious Manchester Legal Award, in the category Team of the Year - Family.  Without doubt, this is testament to the incredible hard work, and sheer talent, of the team here at McAlister Family Law. 2019 marks the tenth consecutive awards, which recognise the best individuals and teams from our region’s legal community.

All entries, with the exception of Lifetime Achievement, are assessed against five criteria by a panel of judges made up of professionals and business leaders. Once the judges’ scores have been independently collated, shortlisted entrants are interviewed by a panel and the winners announced at a gala dinner at the Midland Hotel on Thursday 7 March 2019.

"We are the John Lewis of family law," said Amanda McAlister.  "Our range of expertise covers the full family law spectrum,  and the depth and breadth of our expertise is outstanding.  I am very proud of the team."

Manchester Legal Awards 2019

 

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