Mundays receives recognition for investment in Training.

Mundays has been recognised for its contribution to training our future lawyers by being shortlisted in six categories, plus one individual nomination for the seventh AllAboutLaw awards, acknowledging the best law firms in the UK for training contracts.

Mundays has made the shortlist in the following categories ‘Best Training’ (Training Contract Awards), ‘Best Training Contract’ (Headline Awards), ‘Best for Growing Confidence’ (Training Contract Awards), ‘Best Training Contract – National Firm’ (Awards by Firm Type), ‘Best for Level of Responsibility’ (Training Contract Awards), ‘Best Team Relationship’ (Training Contract Awards).

In addition, partner and head of Employment Andrew Knorpel has been nominated for the ‘Best Training Principal’ award.

Winners of the AllAboutLaw Awards 2019 will be announced on Thursday 28 November at the Awards ceremony.

Andrew Knorpel said “It’s all about training the next generation to be confident and effective individuals who enjoy what they do.  It’s great that we’ve been nominated for training awards and thanks to all those at Mundays LLP who contribute to the experience of our trainees.”

Mundays are proud to be nominated alongside other great firms investing in training, recruitment, teaching and developing future lawyers. Good luck to all other finalists.

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