Signature Litigation are delighted to have been shortlisted for Legal Week’s ‘Law Firm of the Year’ Award.
Legal Week recognised the firm in the shortlist with the following description:
“Demonstrating that it isn’t all about size, Signature Litigation made our shortlist on the back of impressive growth in the three years since it was formed. The commercial litigation and arbitration boutique – formed in early 2012 by Hogan Lovells litigation partner Graham Huntley – couldn’t be more different from the other firms on this list.
The firm relies on an outsourced management and administrative system which allows it to take on a higher volume of cases due to the reduced demands on its lawyers. It has also moved away entirely from the concept of an equity partnership, instead giving all of its staff a share of its profits.
Signature has made a number of partner hires over the last year, most recently from Clyde & Co, and now has six partners. Revenue stood at more than £7.5m in 2014-15, and the firm is predicting year-on-year growth of at least 20%. And, after partnering with funds boutique MJ Hudson to provide a non-contentious seat, the firm now has its first trainee. Not bad for a firm which has been going for under four years.”
Hosted by Legal Week in association with The City of London Law Society, The British Legal Awards are the leading awards for the UK’s thriving business law community acting as a showcase for the achievements of the country’s legal sector.
This year’s Legal Week Awards will take place at Old Billingsgate Market on 25 November 2015.
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