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Trusts, probate and estates: contentious, Pensions, Property, Tax, Trusts, probate and estates: non-contentiousWednesday 12 July 2023

Wilberforce shortlisted for The Legal 500 Bar Awards 2023

We are delighted to announce that Wilberforce has 11 nominations across 9 different categories at The Legal 500 Bar Awards 2023.

To view the full shortlist, please click here.

The awards ceremony will be taking place on Thursday 3rd October 2023 at London Hilton Park Lane. The shortlist and winners are determined based on the editorial team’s independent research for the annual directory.

We are very grateful to all our clients for their ongoing support and wish all others shortlisted the best of luck.

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