Kiri works in our family team, representing parents and other family members in public law proceedings, and Sheree is our Court of Protection lead, heading up our professional deputyship team.

Last year's Paralegal of the Year winner, Jas Atwal, and 2015's Paralegal of the Year, Natalie Moustache, were also nominated for awards at the 16th annual awards ceremony and dinner.

Peter Hubbard, senior partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors said: "This is the third consecutive year that a person at Anthony Collins Solicitors has won a Birmingham Law Society Legal Award, and this year we won two. This really demonstrates the quality of the individuals at Anthony Collins Solicitors, who are committed to our purpose and delivering our success."

For further information

For more information on these awards, please contact us.

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Promotions May 2019
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