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South Wales Law Awards 2020 open for entries

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The South Wales Law Awards are pleased to announce that applications are now open!

The South Wales Law Awards is set to recognise the outstanding achievements of the law community, at a black-tie gala dinner on Friday 17th April 2020 at the Hilton Hotel in Cardiff.

Sara Edwards, one of Welsh Television and Radio’s most popular presenters is to host the South Wales Law Awards.

The categories for applications are:

  • Commercial Law Services of the Year
  • Employment Law Services of the Year
  • Family Law Services of the Year
  • Personal Injury Law Services of the Year
  • Residential & Conveyancing Law Services of the Year
  • Solicitor of the Year
  • New Practice of the Year
  • Paralegal of the Year
  • South Wales Law Awards – Champion 2020 (Drawn from the winners of the categories above)

The 2020 South Wales Law Awards are proudly sponsored by TSR Legal Recruitment (Feature Sponsors), Conveyancing Data Services, Arkham Design and Swansea Building Society (Event Sponsors). With media partner & event sponsor Wales247. The awards are also delighted to announce that Dreams & Wishes returns once again, as our nominated charity.

Wesley Skene – Founder of the South Wales Law Awards said:

 “In 2019 the inaugural South Wales Law Awards were a huge success. Due to the success and demand for the awards, we will be holding the ceremony at the Hilton Hotel in Cardiff. It is an honour to recognise the huge contribution that the South Wales Law community makes to our society.” “We are very much looking forward to once again seeing the best that the South Wales Law community has to offer.”

The closing date for applications is Friday 20th March 2020, with nominations announced on Monday 23rdMarch 2020. Full details of the awards and a downloadable application pack can be found at www.southwaleslawawards.co.uk

Rhys Gregory
Editor of Wales247.co.uk

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