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Spire Solicitors named Law Firm of the Year at awards ceremony

PUBLISHED: 11:48 21 November 2017 | UPDATED: 12:21 21 November 2017

From left, Helen Hamilton-Shaw of LawNet, with Alisdair Liddle, Jane Liddle, Siân Carrel and Kristian Tangen-Sorgendal of Spire Solicitors, Barry Wilkinson of sponsor Wilkinson Read & Partners and LawNet's Chris Marston. Picture: Steve Pope - Fotowales.

From left, Helen Hamilton-Shaw of LawNet, with Alisdair Liddle, Jane Liddle, Siân Carrel and Kristian Tangen-Sorgendal of Spire Solicitors, Barry Wilkinson of sponsor Wilkinson Read & Partners and LawNet's Chris Marston. Picture: Steve Pope - Fotowales.

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Norfolk’s Spire Solicitors has won Law Firm of the Year Award at the 2017 LawNet Awards.

The award recognises firms which provide a clear, strategic business growth plan and provide proof of sustainable improvements in financial performance as well as dedication to their market.

The firm saw off competition from Biscoes Law Limited and last year’s winners Gardner Leader LLP.

James Knight, chief executive, said: “Spire is thrilled to have been recognised as leaders in the LawNet market, continuing our strategic and clear growth since our initial merger in 2013. The past four years since Spire was born have now shown award-recognised progression, as well as market success, entirely down to the level of service our firm and all within offer.”

Spire Solicitors was formed from the merger of Hood Vores & Allwood Solicitors, Greenland Houchen Pomeroy Solicitors and Overbury Steward & Eaton Solicitors in 2013 and now has eight offices and 170 staff across the county.

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