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Rowlinsons Win National Family Award

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Rowlinsons Win National Family Award

Rowlinsons Solicitors have been crowned winners of the ‘Excellence in Client Care’ award at the inaugural British Family Law Awards 2024.

The British Family Law Awards have been established to recognise excellence and celebrate success across the family law sector. The event is organised by the Today’s Media Group who also run the highly regarded British Probate Awards and British Conveyancing Awards.

The Excellence In Client Care award is judged on how the firm operates in the best interests of the client and embeds a culture of excellence. Rowlinsons faced tough competition from some of the largest family law firms in the country who were shortlisted in this category, with the winners being announced at a black tie event in Bristol.

Linda Hunter, Head of Family Law at Rowlinsons commented:

“This is the first time we have even entered an award for the family team, so I am thrilled to have won this national accolade.

It’s particularly pleasing as we really do feel that it’s the level of client care we offer that sets us apart from our competitors. Our ability to offer the widest possible range of legal solutions including mediation and collaborative law means that our clients can make an informed decision on which route will work best for their particular circumstances.

I would like to thank the Directors at Rowlinsons for their continued support and investment in training which allows us to stay at the forefront of family law and deliver better outcomes for our clients.”

David Opie, Managing Editor of Today’s Media added:

“Given the scrutiny of the judging process, winning one of these prestigious awards can be regarded as a badge of honour; an expression of excellence; something that fellow practitioners and consumers alike can identify with.

“It’s been a privilege to preside over this event which recognises the incredible work of practitioners who provide so many people, often at difficult times of life, with access to justice.”

Pictured above Andrew Graves, Linda Hunter, Tom Parkinson.