The Sethi Partnership Solicitors today announced that it had received six awards nominations in as many months, across multiple areas of law and business. The latest awards nomination comes at individual level for the Firm’s Senior Partner and Solicitor, Ritu Sethi, who was shortlisted in the prestigious ‘Woman of the Year’ category at the British Asian Achievers Awards (BAA) earlier this month.
The BAA programme has received the backing of UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, and was launched in 2014 by the Jagatwani News Group to honour and acknowledge the outstanding work going on in the UK amongst the Asian community. Speaking about the acknowledgment, Mrs. Sethi highlighted the continuing need particularly for strong female role-models in the legal sector:
“I am delighted to have been nominated for a British Asian Achievers Award,” said Ritu Sethi, Senior Partner and Solicitor for The Sethi Partnership Solicitors. “This represents the sixth awards nomination that the firm has received this year, across a range of different sectors, and demonstrates the success of the team.
The other awards shortlists the Firm has made in the last year include:
In addition to these nominations, The Sethi Partnership Solicitors has also witnessed a strong amount of internal success this year. Trainees, Jem Gova and Farah Naz, have graduated to become fully-qualified Solicitors, while Inderdeep Johal, has been promoted to Junior Partner. The Firm’s conveyancing team has significantly expanded, and the overall number of monthly cases across all areas of law has also increased. This month the has also received full Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation, bringing it up to the level of Government-endorsed standard for cyber security.
“We have taken a conscious decision to provide an outstanding service to our clients. I am particularly passionate about shining a torch on women working in business, including both today’s leaders and the stars of the future. Having seen the amount of recognition coming into the firm, I am happy that we are at least beginning, more generally, to see a greater acknowledgement of female talent in law and wider business.”
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