Renaissance Legal, specialists in legal advice to families and carers of disabled and vulnerable people, have been announced as finalists in a global award scheme awarding excellence in private client law.

The STEP Private Client Awards 2017, run by the Society of Estate and Trust Practitioners, are seen as the hallmark of quality within the private client industry. Open globally to both STEP members and non-members, the prestigious Awards recognise and celebrate excellence among private client solicitors, lawyers, accountants, barristers, bankers, trust managers and financial advisors. This year saw a record number of 265 entries from 24 countries around the world.

Renaissance Legal have been announced as finalists in two categories, Boutique Firm of the Year and Vulnerable Client Advisory Practice of the Year.

All entries undergo a rigorous judging process with up to five finalists in each category. Judges are supported by an independent panel of experts comprising of internationally renowned practitioners.

Philip Warford, Managing Director, said: “To be shortlisted in this global award scheme really is a fantastic achievement for our team. We have worked enormously hard to create a firm dedicated to the unique needs of disabled and vulnerable people, their families and carers, and external recognition of this means a great deal. To be recognised by our legal peers in the private client community is particularly special and we are looking forward to celebrating at the ceremony in September .

The award ceremony takes place in London on 6 September 2017.
For further information visit: https://www.steppca.org/Home      

Coverage of the awards on social media is taking place here: #STEPPCA

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