For the management team that has organised firm know-how in ways that demonstrably engage and support their clients.

2017 winner

Mayer Brown

Mayer Brown wins for its cross-platform, multi-media tool, A Global Guide to Background Checks, launched in April 2016.

An ambitious employment law publication delivering multi-jurisdictional know-how and expert insight alongside quick-reference tools on multiple interactive platforms, made this Mayer Brown initiative stand out together with the firm’s clients’ feedback rating it comprehensive yet easy to use.

Best Provision Of Know How To Clients

From left: Austin Healey, Louise Fernandes-Owen and Andrew Hedley (MPF Chair Elect of Judges)

2nd place

A&L Goodbody

A&L Goodbody is the runner-up for the category ‘best provision of know-how for clients’ for its full-service knowledge solution for clients launched in July 2016.

This recent initiative, offered as a bespoke value add, aims to show the firm’s clients how to leverage their own knowledge to promote efficient working practices, enhance performance and support good risk management. The submission example of designing and delivering a client know-how repository under tight deadlines supports the initiative’s potential and the judges are interested to see how this initiative develops over the coming year.





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