Amy Sevier wins the Women in Law Award for Property Litigation

SA Law's Head of property Dispute Resolution wins a national award

Congratulations to Amy, who has been recognised with a prestigious Women in Law 2018 Award from Lawyer Monthly magazine.

Amy heads our all-women team of property dispute resolution solicitors that advises clients on the best way to resolve commercial and residential property disputes, and offers early advice on how to prevent problems arising in the first place.

The Women in Law Awards celebrate the achievements of women in the legal profession, as well as those who have influenced it. These special awards run alongside the annual Lawyer Monthly Legal Awards, which recognise the achievements of law firms and individuals that deliver exceptional results for clients.Amy says:

“It’s fantastic to be selected, and I’m taking this as a win for the whole team. Promoting and protecting client interests in such a dynamic area of law requires a dedicated and enthusiastic team. We’ve developed a winning formula that is generating success for those facing or hoping to avoid disputes over their property interests. It’s great to have this work recognised.”

You can learn more about the Women in Law Awards on their website. 

CONTACT AMY

If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or a Property Litigation matter, please do not hesitate to contact Amy Sevier on 01727 798033.
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