Sarah Conway wins Residential Property Lawyer of the Year
We are delighted to announce that Sarah Conway has won the Residential Property Lawyer of the Year at the Chambers HNW Awards 2018.
The inaugural Chambers HNW Awards are a celebration of the leading firms and individuals within the legal High Net Worth industry.
The winners represent the cream of the UK and off-shore legal profession with the most influential and successful firms, lawyers and advisers selected using data from the Chambers HNW Guide 2018, published in July. Sarah is individually ranked in Band 1 as in the High Value Residential Real Estate section of the guide.
The ceremony was held at Bafta 195 Piccadilly in London on the 22nd November 2018 and brought together more than 180 attendees from some of the most prominent private wealth law firms in the world.
The 11 awards presented were reflective of the extensive research done by Chambers and Partners in compiling the HNW Guide, and recognised:
- a firm’s pre-eminence in key practice areas
- notable achievements over the past 12 months
- impressive strategic growth
- excellence in client service
The Chambers HNW researchers are all practice area and jurisdictional experts. They carried out thousands of personal, one-to-one telephone interviews to compile Chambers HNW 2018, making it the most thorough and insightful private wealth guide available.
Of Sarah, it is said:
Maurice Turnor Gardner partner Sarah Conway is “someone completely plugged in to the London property scene, who knows everyone who needs to be known,” said one interviewee. Conway and her team have worked on some of the highest-value London market residential acquisitions this year, and Conway wins praise for her ability to work with these often demanding buyers. “In terms of client relationships, Sarah is great,” said a fellow property lawyer. “She really goes out of her way and clients love her. That is her massive strength. She is very approachable and speaks the same language that clients do. She is a very warm solicitor and that comes across very well with private individuals.”
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