McCann FitzGerald Wins ‘Law Firm of the Year in Ireland’ for Second Consecutive Year
In the first major legal award of 2012, leading Irish law firm, McCann FitzGerald, was last night awarded ‘Law Firm of the Year in Ireland’ by the International Financial Law Review (IFLR) at a ceremony in London. The awards are presented annually across Europe, Asia, the Americas and the Middle East.
Reflecting the success of the firm in its international work and international client base, this is the second consecutive year that McCann FitzGerald has won the award (and has now done so, five times in the last 9 years) and means the firm has now won five international awards in the last twelve months.
The award is based on a review of the most significant corporate and finance transactions that an Irish law firm has advised on in the past year. It is presented annually to the firm that has demonstrated the best legal performance by providing exceptional local law advice on innovative international deals.
Accepting the award and thanking the firm’s clients, John Cronin, Chairman, McCann FitzGerald said: “We are delighted to have received this award and consider it an honour to have the firm’s work for our clients recognised consistently in this way. We are grateful for the work which our clients have entrusted to us and hope that our expertise, experience and ability to adapt to changing circumstances can continue to help clients in the business and legal challenges which they face.”
Celebrating over 25 years in London, the firm recently moved into new offices in the City which Minister Leo Varadkar officially opened on 16 March at a ceremony for clients and guests of the firm.