Shortlisted in the inaugural SLS Legal Awards 2018.

Mundays LLP have been shortlisted for ‘Law firm of the Year’ which is credit to the highly experienced friendly team that offer a range of knowledge. Whether you are buying, developing or leasing property, protecting and securing your family’s wealth, growing or protecting your business, or going through a difficult period, the teams are always available to deliver not just legal advice, but tailored advice that is appropriate to your specific circumstances.

Julie Man, Partner and Head of Private Wealth has been shortlisted for ‘Private Client Lawyer of the Year’ based on her commitment, specialised knowledge and wide-ranging experience that is recognised from recent accolades received in this field. Leading an award winning department, Julie has established herself as a leading adviser locally, as well as nationwide as seen by her awards and ranking in Chambers & Partners HNW 2017 Guide. With a primary focus on HNW individuals, business succession tax planning and international work.

Valerie Toon, Managing Partner comments on the announcement “to be shortlisted for an award is an amazing achievement, when competing against many talented firms in Surrey daily it is great to see the firm recognised amongst that pool. To also see Julie shortlisted is fantastic and fully deserved, following a successful few years for her team. I am proud of our firm and hope that we can all walk away on the 20th September with heads held high”

To see the full shortlist and to learn more about the inaugural SLS Legal Awards 2018, please visit the Surrey Law Society.

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