The Tameside firm is a finalist in the Private Client Team of the Year and the Pro Bono/Community Initiative categories.
The 10th annual awards have attracted a record number of entries and will be presented at a gala dinner at Manchester’s Midland Hotel on Thursday, March 7.
At last year’s ceremony, Bromleys was crowned Small Law Firm of the Year.
Senior partner Mark Hirst, pictured with the trophy Bromleys won in 2018, said: “We are truly delighted and thrilled to be shortlisted at the 2019 Manchester Legal Awards.
“Having won the Small Law Firm of the Year category in 2018, we decided this year to enter our private client team in recognition of its strong growth and specialist expertise, and the Pro Bono/Community Initiative category following a hugely successful year for our flourishing Access to Free Legal Advice programme combined with our increasing involvement in community-based projects.
“The fact that we have been shortlisted for both awards reflects the strength of our team and the commitment of everyone at the firm to the community initiatives that we run.
“It’s great to be recognised for these achievements by the panel of independent judges and we are all looking forward to the awards ceremony.”
The past 12 months have seen Bromleys pick up a series of accolades.
The firm was crowned Professional Services Business of the Year at the 2018 Pride of Tameside Business Awards.
In addition, Bromleys has retained Investors in People Gold status and the Law Society’s Lexcel quality mark and Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation.
"Its great to be recognised for our achievements by the panel of independent judges and we are all looking forward to the awards ceremony"
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