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Thrings law supports the Techies 2019

Thrings is the latest firm to show its support for The Techies 2019.

The awards are a great fit for Thrings which provides legal advice to a number of tech firms across the country. From SMEs to large multi-nationals, Thrings has developed the expertise needed to meet the legal needs of this growing sector.

Thrings is proudly sponsoring the Cloud Innovation of the Year category, with the firm’s commercial contracts partner, Kate Westbrook, also joining the Techies panel of esteemed judges.

Kate Westbrook said: “Cloud innovation has transformed the way in which businesses and organisations operate. The shift from on-premises to cloud has been, and will continue to be, a major factor in driving new opportunities and efficiencies.

“We’re seeing the cloud facilitate more automation and even artificial intelligence, which is revolutionising the way we do things. This is an exciting area of tech which Thrings is keen to be part of through its continued legal support to businesses on a journey to becoming more effective and profitable through the adoption or development of technological solutions.”

Through its long-established Swindon office, Thrings has a strong presence in the Wiltshire region, although its reach is national with offices in Bath, Bristol, London and Romsey. The firm’s strategic growth plan has driven it to recruit some of the best lawyers in the region. This means Thrings’ clients receive a service akin to that of much larger City firms.

Further setting the firm apart is its focus on truly understanding its clients and their ambitions, making Thrings’ lawyers more than just legal experts. The firm’s legal teams can become a business’ trusted advisers for the long-term, working with individuals, management boards, or in-house legal teams to help realise that business’ true potential.

Thrings lawyers are consistently ranked by legal directories Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners. The firm has also recently been voted Corporate Law Firm of the Year.

Pictured above: Kate Westbrook, Technology and Contracts lawyer for Thrings and Techies judge 2019