No5 Chambers Shortlisted for the Chambers of the Year at the Bristol Law Society Annual Awards Dinner 2016

Mon, 26 Sep 2016

No5 Chambers is pleased to announce that they have been shortlisted for Chambers of the Year at the Bristol Law Society’s Annual Award Dinner for 2016.

The Chambers of the Year award is presented to the chambers that is able to demonstrate excellence and innovation in the provision of legal services above and beyond their colleagues in the field.

The judges have been selected by the President of the Bristol Law Society. Some of the characteristics that the judging panel will consider include: innovation, creativity, outstanding contribution to the profession or wider community, leadership and going ‘beyond the call of duty’. Further information about the judging criteria can be viewed here.

The awards dinner will be held on Thursday 13th October 2016 at the Bristol Marriot Royal Hotel.

The full shortlist can be viewed on the Bristol Law Society’s website.

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