The Law Society has shortlisted Anthony Collins Solicitors in the Law Firm of the Year - Large category for the 2018 Excellence Awards. 

The shortlisting comes on the back of a successful year for the firm, who recently announced a record-breaking financial year, with revenue up 17.4% and profits up 32%.  Recent awards triumph saw Anthony Collins Solicitors named 'Law Firm of the Year', alongside Private Client and Business Teams of the Year at the 2018 Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards. 

The awards will take place on 17 October 2018 at Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, London. 

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