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Best Family Law Firm win for McAlister

21.02.2020

The results of the Legal Awards 2020, hosted by SME News, have been announced and McAlister Family Law has been awarded Best Family Law Firm 2020 – England.

This accolade was the result of SME News’ extensive research, submissions and judging process, driven 100% by merit, meaning that awardees must demonstrate expertise within a given field, dedication to client service and satisfaction, and an on-going commitment to excellence and innovation.  

Research was centered around an in-depth evaluation of skills and services on offer. The wider market reputation of each nominee was also taken into consideration. This prestigious award marks the hard work and stellar efforts of those who have helped shape this dynamic and passionate region. 

Amanda McAlister, managing partner, said: "Once again, I have to thank the wonderful people who are the backbone of the firm. Without their hard work, dedication to the job and incredible talent, none of our success would be possible. I couldn't be prouder of them. 2020 is already shaping up to be our best year ever."

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