09/01/19

Winner of ‘Crime, Fraud & Licensing Law Firm of the Year 2019’ | Legal 500

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Kangs Solicitors are extremely proud to announce that we are the winners of the Legal 500 Award for Criminal, Fraud and Licensing Law Firm of the Year 2019.’

The list of national law firm winners in all categories of work can be found below:

‘List of National Law Firm Winners: The Legal 500 Awards 2019’

To win the coveted Legal 500 Award for our specialist category of work, namely crime and fraud, is hugely rewarding.

To win a national competition against such fierce competition from outstanding rival law firms is an achievement that we are immensely proud of.

This firm has long striven to be a leader in the field of criminal, fraud and regulatory litigation since it was established in September 1997.

Led by founding partner Hamraj Kang, for over twenty years, Kangs has been at the cutting edge of crime and fraud cases, acting in many of the most famous cases of recent times.

This Award is testimony to the stellar reputation that the firm has established in over two decades of continued success. The Award recognises the excellence and expertise of the solicitors at the firm.

We would like to thank all those who have contributed to our success over the years, including our fellow professionals and clients.

It is rewarding for the team at Kangs to see that our hard work and skill has been acknowledged and rewarded as winners of a prestigious national competition. It is a badge the firm will wear with great honour and pride.

 

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