Addleshaw Goddard picks up award for its Future Leaders’ Programme
Addleshaw Goddard has won the ‘Most Innovative Client Service’ award for its Future Leaders’ Programme at the Managing Partners’ Forum: 2014 MPF Awards for Management Excellence.
The team involves Greg Bott, head of CDC, and partner Tim Hamilton.
The awards are in association with Harvard Business Review, Financial Times and Google and were held at the Marriott in Grosvenor Square, London.
Both Bott and Hamilton attended the event and were joined by Sue Manik, head of clients.
Judges said: ‘The Addleshaw Goddard Future Leaders’ Programme is designed to equip senior in-house counsel for their next significant leadership role, building important skills, insights and peer relationships.’
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