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Yorkshire Legal Awards 2022 LCF Law shortlisted for three awards
LCF Law is delighted to have been shortlisted for three awards at the Yorkshire Legal Awards.
The awards evening will be taking place on Thursday 6 October 2022 at the Royal Armouries in Leeds
Hana Gwyn is a finalist for the Rising Star award having developed a technical skill set across family, corporate, banking, and commercial law. Today, Hana specialises in working with high-net-worth individuals which have included Premier League Footballers and Olympic athletes. Hana is also a (STEP) Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners-accredited private lawyer who is one of the few individuals to achieve a distinction in all four of the STEP Diploma in Trust and Estate papers.
Hannah Lynch-McShane is shortlisted for Trainee of the Year 2022 as she has excelled in her role since joining in 2015 as a business administration apprentice. Hannah excelled in contribution to the firm and the work she undertook, completing her Apprenticeship eight months ahead of schedule. In 2017 she then decided to embark on the 6-year route to becoming a solicitor via, at the time, the new Apprentice Solicitor course combining day release study at the University of Law with practical work in the firm. Along with her siblings, Hannah has also set up the Verona McShane Foundation to raise funds for disadvantaged children and families in the South Leeds area in memory of her mother.
As well as the above two, LCF Law has also been shortlisted for Medium Law Firm following the best-ever year commercially.
LCF Law has a clear 5-year plan to continue to grow the business across its practice areas. The law firm moved into new Leeds premises in 2020; undertook an IT infrastructure renewal in 2021; enhanced its employee support programme through the pandemic between 2020 and 2022 developing and improving its mental health awareness with 12 trained and accredited Mental Health First Aiders and wellness champions.
LCF Law has a strong link to the communities where its offices are located and the region in which the large majority of its clients are based and its employees live. The firm is a supporter and contributor to the Bradford Capital of Culture Bid, Leeds Community Foundation, Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust, Bradford Literature Festival, Bradford Bounceback (Food poverty initiative), Airedale Hospital (Children’s Unit), Horticap, Sands - the Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Charity.