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Morr & Co Shortlisted for Two Awards at the Modern Law Private Client Awards 2024

Morr & Co is thrilled to announce our shortlisting for two awards at the Modern Law Private Client Awards 2024.

The categories Morr & Co has been shortlisted for are:

  • Private Client Team – Wills & Probate (16+ Solicitors)
  • Lawyer of the Year – Wills & Probate – Natalie Payne, Partner Private Client

The Modern Law Private Client Awards recognise excellence and innovation in the legal sector, specifically focusing on private client law. They celebrate the achievements of individuals, teams and firms that demonstrate outstanding service and expertise in areas such as wealth management, estate planning, family law and probate.

The awards aim to highlight the best practices and contributions within the private client legal community, ultimately raising standards and inspiring further excellence in the industry.

Catherine Fisher, Managing Partner at Morr & Co, comments on what it means to the firm to have been shortlisted:

Being shortlisted for not just one, but two awards at the Modern Law Private Client Awards 2024 is a testament to Morr & Co’s unwavering commitment to excellence in the legal field. It signifies our dedication to providing top-tier service and innovative solutions to our clients. This recognition inspires us to continue pushing boundaries and setting new standards in the legal industry.

Furthermore, Natalie Payne’s nomination for Lawyer of the Year is a reflection of her exceptional talent and dedication to her craft, further underscoring the depth of expertise within our team. We are incredibly lucky to have her as part of the firm.

The winners of The Modern Law Private Client Awards 2024 will be announced at a prestigious awards evening on Thursday 4th July 2024 at The Rum Warehouse in Liverpool, hosted by comedian Paul Sinha.

For more information about the awards, please visit the Modern Law Private Client Awards website.


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