WHN Solicitors land best professional services firm in Lancashire award

The team at Woodcocks Haworth and Nuttall Solicitors (WHN) is celebrating success after scooping the ‘Professional Services’ accolade at this year’s Red Rose Awards.

The firm, which has eight offices across Lancashire and Greater Manchester, stormed to success at the prestigious awards ceremony, which was hosted at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool.

Organised by Lancashire Business View, the awards acknowledge business excellence throughout the county by celebrating those that are not only surviving but are thriving in challenging times.

To win the coveted title, the firm took part in a gruelling entry process including an intensive day of robust interviewing in front of a panel of expert judges.

When presented with the award, the WHN team was praised for its “clarity, credibility, authenticity and passion…backed up by commitment to customer experience and client service”. 

This latest victory rounds off a string of very high-profile accolade wins for the firm. It comes on the back of recent industry praise from the Legal 500 - known as the definitive guide to lawyers – with WHN ranking in the North West region for both commercial litigation, and corporate and commercial law of its 2022 edition.

In addition, WHN has received national praise from Chambers and Partners, which featured the firm in the North West Real Estate Litigation category of its 2022 guide to the UK’s leading lawyers, with director, Daniel Long, also ranked as an individual.

Michael Shroot, CEO of WHN Solicitors, said: “A huge well done to all of those who are at the beating heart of Woodcocks Haworth and Nuttall - our people - for this incredible win. It’s thanks to our team’s dedication, unwavering customer service and support that this award win was possible. 

“We’re very proud of our Lancashire roots so it was great to come together in Blackpool and celebrate the very best in Lancashire business at another outstanding event. Well done to all those that were nominated, named finalists and winners. We have so much to celebrate as a county.”