Synch is shortlisted in The Lawyer European Awards 2019
News Published 22 January 2019
Synch has been shortlisted in The Lawyer European Awards 2019 in the category ‘Most innovative technology initiative’. Each year The Lawyer showcases the impressive achievements of Europe’s law firms, the shortlisted firms have been selected by the judges as having demonstrated excellence in their work over the past year, setting themselves apart from the rest of the legal industry. Synch is delighted to be one of the finalists in the category ‘Most innovative technology initiative’ and the only Swedish law firm shortlisted in The Lawyer European Awards 2019. You can find the shortlists here >> https://lnkd.in/dDe964E
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