17 Jun 2021 | 01:42 pm | 1 min. read
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has won Construction Team of the Year at the Middle East Legal Awards 2021.
The awards ceremony celebrates the achievements, excellence and innovation in the legal profession.
Mark Raymont, Head of Construction Advisory and Disputes, Middle East and Partner said 'I am delighted that Pinsent Masons has once again been honoured as Middle East Construction Team of the year. Having won the award in 2019, success in the 2021 edition serves to further underline the quality and depth of our construction offering through our teams in UAE, Qatar and KSA.
The award is testament to the hard work and expertise of our lawyers, and the success that they have achieved in assisting our construction clients throughout the region, and it is a particular pleasure that the Judges have highlighted the team’s ‘cutting edge expertise’ in advising on such a high-profile matter.”
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Catherine Workman Head of Middle East added ‘We are extremely proud to receive the ongoing recognition highlighting the expertise of the Pinsent Masons Middle East team. We will continue to ensure we are delivering a professional service by a talented diverse team, whilst helping our clients meet their own goals with innovative thinking.’
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