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MSB Solicitors Liverpool
MSB added to its growing collection of awards after picking up Corporate Social Responsibility Business of the Year at the Liverpool Echo Business Awards 2018.

The awards, now in their 24th year, are the longest standing business awards in the Liverpool city region. Other big winners on the evening included Birkenhead shipyard Cammell Laird, and Liverpool Vision boss Max Steinberg who was crowned Business Person of the Year.

String of accolades
It comes as the latest in a string of awards for MSB, whose recent wins have included Legal Firm of the Year at The City of Liverpool Business Awards 2017, the coveted Chairman’s Award at the Liverpool Women in Business Awards 2018, and Best Regional Firm for the North at the national Family Law Awards 2017.

The judges at the Family Law Awards commented: “We were particularly impressed with this firm's dedication to promoting diversity and career progression within its team and its excellent pro-bono and community initiatives and its commitment to the campaign for legal aid.”

Welcome recognition
MSB managing partner, Emma Carey, said: "I was delighted beyond words to receive the award. It is welcome recognition of our efforts to give back to the community.
“MSB has grown organically throughout its near 30 years and last year we reported record turnover, topping £5m for the first time. As managing partner, I am committed to continuing to drive that development.
“But our values go beyond commercial growth and we take our commitment to charity and community very seriously. In times of austerity, access to justice for all has never been more important.
“At MSB we look to help everyone who comes through the door, and whether it is helping to access legal aid or through pro-bono assistance and advice, we reach out to all sections of the community.”

Pro bono surgeries
MSB holds regular pro bono advice surgeries across the city, including each Thursday at Blackburne House. Additionally, the firm held a high-level family law conference at Blackburne House in November, in association with leading London-based chambers 4 Paper Buildings.

The conference was attended by law makers and leading authorities and discussed ways the law needs to adapt to better serve modern society, covering topics including international parental child abduction, forced marriage, honour-based violence and radicalisation of children - issues that were barely heard of just a few years ago but are now high on the agenda.

Delegates were catered for by its social enterprise café, which meant that every penny we spent on the conference was reinvested back into the charity. Further, all proceeds raised through tickets sales for the conference were donated to Blackburne House.

'Richly deserved'
Chief executive at Blackburne House, Claire Dove, said: “The family department at MSB has given us exceptional support and have been a lifeline to many of our students and members of the wider community.

“As a complex organisation whose student body includes refugees, those who are victims of domestic abuse and the many other major issues that affect their lives and that of their families, they offer us a very necessary service.

“MSB has also assisted us with fundraising and also helping us provide food parcels for some of our students. There is nothing too much that they will not support us with or signpost us to others who can.
“MSB, although a commercial organisation, has firm values embedded into all that they do. The award is richly deserved.”

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