Keystone Law has been shortlisted as a finalist for two Great British Entrepreneur Awards in recognition of both its own innovation and its unique offering to entrepreneurial clients in the categories Services Industry Entrepreneur of the Year and Entrepreneurs Champion.
The Great British Entrepreneur Awards have been established to celebrate entrepreneurs and recognise their far reaching achievements. The awards ceremony to announce the winners is taking place on 19 November, to coincide with Global Entrepreneurship Week, at the Grand Connaught Rooms. The judging panel includes Lawson Muncaster, Managing Director of City AM, and Dr Stephanie Hussels, lecturer in Entrepreneurship at Cranfield School of Management. Other nominees shortlisted alongside Keystone include James Caan and Adam Blaskey, founder of The Clubhouse.
Keystone Law sets itself apart as a law firm by using technology and modern business practices to improve service delivery and value; making it widely recognised as a firm which is as entrepreneurial as the clients which instruct it. Keystone’s use of IT creates efficiencies that appeal to its lawyers and clients alike. This unique structure enables entrepreneurs to gain access to high quality, partner-level legal services at rates traditionally charged for more junior lawyers.
James Knight, Managing Partner of Keystone Law, says:
“We’re thrilled to be recognised by Britain’s leading entrepreneurs for breaking the mould of the traditional law firm. Not only do we operate as an innovative, business-minded law firm, but we also pride ourselves in providing legal services that work for entrepreneurs. We have a genuine empathy with the entrepreneurial approach and appreciate that young, ambitious businesses need a law firm to share their vision, to proactively push deals forward and to take a commercially sensible approach to risk. No other law firm works as closely with or addresses the needs of entrepreneurial clients quite like we do”.