Chan Neill Solicitors LLP has been shortlisted for a prestigious Law Society Award

The Solicitors and the whole team at Chan Neill Solicitors LLP are humbled and delighted to hear the news that our firm has been shortlisted for one of the Law Society 2021 awards. The Partners recognise that any recognition is through a team effort. Our team have worked extremely hard during this past difficult year and have been thrilled to hear of this recognition of their efforts.

The previous 18 months have been a very difficult time for most businesses and solicitors practices are no exception as we have had to adapt to working from home, with all the extra difficulties in communication that this entails. Client meetings were a daily necessity before the pandemic and this hasn’t changed, just the mode of communication has had to change.

As a law firm, we have always strived to find innovative ways to service our international clients’ needs. Utilisation of modern technology has been the key to ensuring that our staff and lawyers have been able to function as smoothly as possible through the pandemic months. This has given us the ability to fully function whilst, most importantly, also allowing us to maintain our trademark high levels of client care. As every business plots a path out of lockdown, we hope our efforts to innovate and develop our legal services to existing clients and new clients will see the firm grow from strength to strength as the firm approaches its third decade of operation.

The Law Society of England and Wales President I. Stephanie Boyce said: “Congratulations to all those who have been shortlisted. After an extraordinary year, it has never been more important to celebrate the outstanding work of our profession.

“Solicitors play a vital role in times of crisis as people turn to trusted professionals, to explain the law, advise them on their rights and their obligations, and give them some sense of certainty. 

“As the country emerges from the pandemic, solicitors will be there every step of the way to help people and businesses get back on their feet and ensure access to justice and the rule of law.”