Prestigious accolade for Mander Hadley Solicitors

Jonathan Hall, Managing Director at Mander Hadley Solicitors, and Laura Gripton who presented the award

Professionals from Mander Hadley Solicitors, the law firm with offices in Coventry and Kenilworth, are celebrating after the firm was named as the Warwickshire Law Society’s Law Firm of the Year (up to five partners).

Twelve lawyers from the firm attended the Society’s annual fundraising dinner and awards ceremony on Friday 17 November 2017 at the Manor Hotel, Meriden, to pick up the prestigious accolade, which was presented by Laura Gripton of the sponsors, Robert Walters.

The Warwickshire Law Society Awards celebrate the achievements of the legal profession in Coventry and Warwickshire.

Mander Hadley Solicitors received the award following a judging process which involved a detailed written submission from the firm, setting out its innovative engagement work, its charity work and its adherence to stringent standards of best practice.

Jonathan Hall, Managing Director at Mander Hadley Solicitors, said: “Despite being one of Coventry and Warwickshire’s most well-established law firms, we are acutely aware that we need to continuously adapt to meet the needs of local people.

“Our ethos is about engaging with local businesses and individuals, whether through our website and social media or through more traditional avenues, in order to provide the high-quality private and commercial services they need.

“We are delighted with this endorsement by the Warwickshire Law Society and this is deserved recognition of the efforts of our whole team.”

As part of Mander Hadley Solicitors’ ongoing engagement with the local community, it is supporting Coventry’s bid to become the UK City of Culture 2021 with an art competition.

The competition received more than 80 entries from art, design and photography students at Coventry College, which were whittled down to just four finalists, each of whom is having their work displayed prominently outside the firm’s Coventry offices for a week in November.