Young Solicitor Shortlisted For Professional Advisor of the Year in Inaugural ‘Mancoolian Awards’
7th August, 2013
Aaron & Partners’ Chris Longbottom, Associate in Family & Matrimonial, has been shortlisted in the ‘Professional Advisor of the Year’ category in the inaugural Mancoolian Awards taking place in October this year.
The event, being hosted at The Lowry Hotel in Manchester, sees entrants nominated for a diverse range of awards from ‘Rising Star’ to Entrepreneur of the Year’. Nominees are those who have shown grit, determination and entrepreneurial flair during the past twelve months.
Of his nomination, Chris said “I’m delighted to have been shortlisted for Professional Advisor of the Year in the first ever Mancoolian Awards, and I am up against some other great professionals.
“The last twelve months have involved a lot of change – leaving my previous firm at the end of last year to start with Aaron & Partners, and my wife about to give birth to our second child. It’s been a busy time but extremely enjoyable.”
Partner and Head of Family Richard Barge said, “It’s wonderful to see Chris’ efforts rewarded in this way. He is a credit to the firm and his hard work pays off. I hope all his clients, contacts, friends and colleagues vote for him as I’d be thrilled for him to win.”
Voting is now open at www.downtownmanchester.co.uk/ until Tuesday 3 September. The awards ceremony is on Thursday 17 October where the winners of each category will be announced.
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