Freeths named Best Technology Team of the Year 2023

28th November 2023

National law firm Freeths has been crowned Best Technology Team of the Year at the prestigious British Legal Technology Awards 2023.

Hosted by Netlaw Media, the annual awards acknowledge and reward excellence in Legal Technology and IT Security across the UK and International Legal Sectors.

With over 300 people in attendance, Freeths were crowned winners amongst stiff competition, all displaying strong leadership, innovation and technology in the field.

With 10 categories overall, Judges recognised the firm for its incredible growth and transformation over the last five years.

Commenting on the win, Freeths CTO Richard Hodkinson, said:

“The result represents a milestone in market recognition of our efforts which has been very much a collective effort. The win was based on not just the activity over the last year but reflected on the totality of work that’s gone in by the Freeths team over the last few years in what has been transformational – Freeths IT department by any measure does not resemble that of five years ago.

“The team’s continued focus and dedication in supporting the endeavours of the firm’s partners has been incredible. A well deserved win.”

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