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Stephenson Harwood, Linklaters and Abbey honoured at British Legal Awards
Stephenson Harwood, Linklaters and Abbey National were among the winners at the 2009 British Legal Awards. Stephenson Harwood secured the coveted Law Firm of the Year award, with the judging panel - which included several senior general counsel - praising the firm for the dramatic turnaround in its fortunes.
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Stephenson Harwood, Linklaters and Abbey National were among the winners at the 2009 British Legal Awards, which took place last night (3 December) at Old Billingsgate Market in the City of London.
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