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Corbett Le Quesne wins Family Law Award

Corbett Le Quesne wins Family Law Award

Tuesday 08 December 2020

Corbett Le Quesne wins Family Law Award

Tuesday 08 December 2020


Corbett Le Quesne has been named Family Law Firm of the Year in the South category in the Family Law Awards.

The firm is the first in the Channel Islands to be shortlisted for or win the title.

The Family Law Awards aim to celebrate the family lawyers who have made exceptional contributions, the firms who are innovative and community-focused, and the cases that are ground breaking and transformative. 

The judges said they had been impressed by Corbett Le Quesne’s HR service, which offers legal assistance to businesses who wish to support employees going through a relationship breakdown. It also offers businesses direct access to one of the firm’s family lawyers should they have staff in crisis. 

“We are delighted to receive this recognition, particularly given that there was a strong field of very well established English family law firms shortlisted for this award.  We are also proud that the judging panel recognised the importance of our innovative HR support service," Advocate Nicholas Le Quesne said.

Advocate Barbara Corbett added: “We are thrilled that our team of specialist family lawyers has been acknowledged in this way. To be the first ever Channel Island law firm shortlisted for this award was a very pleasant surprise but to win is a real honour and is testament to the hard work of our team.” 

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