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Stibbe wins Chambers Europe Awards for Excellence for Belgium

Stibbe wins Chambers Europe Awards for Excellence for Belgium

Stibbe wins Chambers Europe Awards for Excellence for Belgium

25.04.2014 BE law

Brussels, 25 April 2014 - Chambers and Partners, one of the most renowned legal directories in the world, has bestowed upon Stibbe the prestigious Chambers Europe Award for Excellence, recognising Stibbe as the best law firm in Belgium. This award has been proudly accepted by Jan Peeters, Managing Partner at the ceremony in London on  24 April 2014.

The Chambers Europe Awards for Excellence 2014 seeks to recognise the best-of-the-best law firms and lawyers in the European legal market in 2013-14. Chambers and Partners have based their research on objective criteria such as legal-technical skills, future-oriented strategic growth, and feedback from clients. Stibbe was one of six nominated firms for this award.

This recognition confirms that our clients highly value the pragmatic advice we deliver with our multidisciplinary teams across the Benelux and beyond.

Jan Peeters, Managing Partner, says: “Exceptional work has been carried out by our teams, and the fact that our lawyers are recognized as specialists in each of their areas of expertise is something to be proud of.”

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