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Written by:

Gary Davison

Managing Director

0121 685 1236

Posted on

February 15, 2024


Davisons Law shortlisted for the Birmingham Law Society National Law Firm of the Year award 2024.

Davisons Law are excited to announce that they have been shortlisted for the Birmingham Law Society National Law Firm of the Year award 2024.

The award looks to highlight law firms who in the last year has shown growth as a business, while also demonstrating outstanding customer service, investment in staff growth, and a focus on charities within the community.

With the recent announcement of Davisons being ranked in the top six in the country for conveyancing transactions, coupled with the continued growth into new and existing regions this shortlist announcement sends a signal of the firms shift to becoming a nationally recognised firm.

Commenting on the nomination Managing Director Gary Davison said: ‘‘It is a great privilege to be nominated for National Law Firm of the Year. 35 years ago, we started as one office in a suburb of Birmingham, so to see where we are now is remarkable.

The last year we have made great strides as a company, especially with the opening of four new offices to continue our expansion as well as the growth of staff numbers by a further 96. It is really rewarding to see that our efforts have been recognised with this nomination.’’

In the last 12 months the firm also saw successful internal progression, providing 18 training contracts to members of staff to help develop and grow the next generation of professionals. This commitment to investing in staff retention has been highlighted by the company now having over 1000 5-star Google reviews, a true testament to the level of client service provided.  To top off a successful year, Davisons also raised over £50,000 for charity. The funds, raised through various projects, has helped to support the vital work of local charities, and improve the lives of those in need.

The awards will take place on the 14th March at the ICC in Birmingham, with the judges looking for the firm who has set themselves apart with demonstratable progress in the last 12 months.







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