Top Solicitors Set Out To Prove Berkshire’s Got Legal Talent

Berkshire’s top legal firms are battling rivals from Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire in the annual Law Society awards taking place on May 25th this year.

Top Solicitors Set Out To Prove Berkshire’s Got Legal TalentCyrus Medora, President of the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Law Society admits competition will be tough.

“We have more than 10,000 solicitors in our three counties, so to be nominated as one of the best will be a real achievement,”

“We have four categories for firms to enter.  They are:  Solicitor of the Year, Junior Solicitor of the Year, Chartered Legal Executive of the Year and an award for Pro-Bono/Corporate Social Responsibility work. Our members do a great job for thousands of people and I’m hoping firms won’t be too reticent to enter these awards – lawyers tend to be a bit shy about this sort of thing!”

Justin Sadler and Jane Whitfield, solicitors here at Barrett and Co, are co-ordinating entries for this year's inaugural awards.

Firms can enter their staff in more than one category. Entries have to be submitted  by the end of February,  and judging takes place in March.  The finalists will be announced in April. They will find out if they have won the top prize in May.

The awards will be presented at the President’s dinner on 25th May at the Bisham Abbey, near Marlow.

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Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Law Society

Bisham Abbey, near Marlow

Justin Sadler

Jane Whitfield


Justin Sadler is a committee member of the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Law Society (BB&O), an associate member of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS), and a member of the Employment Lawyers' Association.
In September 2014, Jane was appointed as the Chair of the Law Society’s Wills and Equity Committee. She is a trustee of Smile International, a Christian charity established to relieve suffering and poverty around the world through feeding, educating, empowering and development (F-E-E-D) programmes.


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