Aspire Law shortlisted for prestigious legal award

We are delighted to announce that Aspire Law has been shortlisted for a prestigious award at the 2015 Managing Partners Forum award ceremony taking place on March 11th at the Marriot Hotel, Grosvenor Square London.

The Managing Partners Forum which is sponsored by the Harvard Business Review introduced the awards in 2002 to recognise the contribution of specific management disciplines and excellence in law and other professional service firms.

The awards fall under four categories for management as perceived by clients which includes: leadership and business strategy; supporting people; commerciality and client service; collaboration across the firm and with external stakeholders. Any professional firm or network, large or small, is eligible to enter the Awards.

This year's award sees a large number of big firms on the shortlists including Clifford Chance, Allen Overy, BDO, Deloitte and DLA Piper.

Aspire Law has been nominated for an award as the best Mould Breaking Firm under the Strategy category and we will be competing against a tough shortlist which includes PWC Law, Radiant Law and Redbar Law.

The award winner will be required to demonstrate a groundbreaking an innovative approach to business strategy, customer service as well as the overall quality of the offer that they provide to their customers.

You can read more about the awards by clicking here.

 

About Aspire Law

Aspire Law is a new provider of legal services for people with spinal cord injury, created through a third sector partnership between Aspire the national spinal cord injury charity and Moore Blatch Solicitors, a firm renowned for its personal injury work.

Aspire Law is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority as an Alternative Business Structure. Indeed this is the first example of a joint venture between an established firm and a national charity, made possible by the Legal Services Act.

Under this unique joint venture, Aspire Law will donate 50% of any profits to its charity partner Aspire each year. This will provide a sustained and independent level of funding which will allow the charity to extend and develop the services that it provides nationally to people who have a spinal injury.

Aspire Law have developed a unique partnership with Aspire, and have drawn down on their immense level of knowledge of supporting people with spinal injury to design and develop a unique and holistic service that offers a first rate level of personalised service and support.