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Ipswich law firm wins three titles

PUBLISHED: 10:35 26 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:35 26 September 2018

Ellisons Solicitors, partners Robert Gair and Julian Outen

Ellisons Solicitors, partners Robert Gair and Julian Outen


Ellisons’ Ipswich team scoops three firm of the year accolades in the 2018 ACQ5 Global Awards

Ellisons has been named the UK’s personal injury advisory firm of the year, the UK’s regional employment advisory firm of the year and the UK’s regional corporate and commercial advisory firm of the year, receiving the highest number of nominations in the categories.

The awards, by ACQ5 magazine, has been celebrating achievement, innovation and brilliance in its search for the most outstanding legal organisations and professionals.

The Global Award received an amazing 98,621 nominations across all of its categories, its highest recorded number of nominations.

Robert Gair, partner at Ellisons said: “We are delighted to have received these awards, and to be recognised as the leading personal injury, regional employment and regional corporate and commercial advisory firm in the country.

“To be recognised in the ACQ5 Global Awards highlights the team’s dedication to our clients, not only at a local and national level, but globally. Ellisons is a member firm of the Alliott Group, a worldwide alliance of independent accounting, law and consulting firms.”

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