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Stibbe named Belgium and Netherlands Law Firm of the Year 2018 at Chambers Europe Awards

Stibbe named Belgium and Netherlands Law Firm of the Year 2018 at Cha

Stibbe named Belgium and Netherlands Law Firm of the Year 2018 at Chambers Europe Awards

23.04.2018 NL law

At the Chambers Europe Awards 2018 in Madrid on Friday 20 April, Benelux law firm Stibbe was selected as Law Firm of the Year in both Belgium and the Netherlands.

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These awards honour the work of national and international law firms across Europe, reflecting not just a law firm's pre-eminence but also highlighting notable achievements over the past twelve months, including outstanding work, impressive strategic growth and excellence in client services.

Derk Lemstra, Managing Partner of Stibbe in Amsterdam: "We are delighted and proud to have won these prestigious Law Firm of the Year Awards for both the Netherlands and Belgium. We would like to thank Chambers & Partners for this market recognition, based on their extensive research among our clients and peers, as well as our clients for acknowledging our ongoing efforts to exceed their expectations in delivering quality legal services."

Jan Peeters, Managing Partner of Stibbe in Brussels: "We are honoured to be recognised by Chambers as Law Firm of the Year 2018. We thank our clients for their continuous trust in our firm and also for providing positive feedback regarding our work. Special thanks also to the entire Stibbe team for their dedication to providing a top-notch service to our clients and their commitment to going the extra mile. This award means a lot to us and is extra motivation to further strengthen our position as a leading law firm."

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