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Aria Grace Law named “Law Firm of the Year” in the category of Employment Law by Corporate LiveWire

Updated: Dec 22, 2019

We are delighted to announce that Aria Grace Law has been named, "Law Firm of the Year” in the category of Employment Law by Corporate LiveWire 2019/2020.


Winning this award after 18 months of hard work to create the world’s first equal pay/equal share of profits for lawyers, is a tremendous recognition of our growth as a successful commercial law firm.



Our Founder, Lindsay Healy shares his thoughts on this achievement:


“We are honoured and thrilled to be awarded the Law Firm of the Year for 2019 in the category of Employment Law by Corporate LiveWire which reflects not only our skillset in this highly complex field, but also on our huge efforts to bring legal excellence at low cost to our clients using our #ethicalworld standards. Aria Grace Law has a unique model which benefits Clients, Lawyers and Society as one ecosystem. It is founded on the principle of equal pay and profits for everyone, including me as founder – no one profits from anyone else’s work. It is virtual so all cost savings are passed back to our clients. Our lawyers are partners from major city firms such as Norton Rose, Allen & Overy, Clifford Chance and Slaughter & May, although our rates are c.25% of the traditional firms. Our Employment Law practice has grown hugely, and we are very very proud of those achievements”.



About Corporate LiveWire: The Corporate LiveWire Awards represent the pinnacle of business achievement, championing the best in their respective fields. Its corporate awards cover the most important sectors of business, from finance advisories, funding providers to law firms and specialist advisory companies that deal with mergers and acquisitions. The culmination of the awards is the Prestige Awards, covering businesses of every type that have proven their excellence throughout the year and years past. To find out more about Corporate LiveWire, please click here.


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