The Citywealth Future Leaders Under 40 awards took place last week (01 November) with four lawyers from Collas Crill taking home awards.
Partner Danny Le Maistre won the gold award for "Lawyer of the Year – Contentious Trusts", associate Julie Harrigan also took home gold for "Business Development Initiative of the Year", senior associate Kerrie Le Tissier was the silver winner for "Outstanding Individual of the Year" and partner Kellyann Ozouf was awarded bronze for "Inspirational Individual of the Year".
Citywealth introduced the Future Leaders awards following the success of the Tomorrow Club awards with the aim of championing young professionals in the wealth sector and highlighting the under 40 leaders of today and tomorrow.
The awards were judged by a panel of practitioners from across the private wealth industry with members of the public also contributing through an online vote.
Group Managing Partner of Collas Crill, Jason Romer, said: "We are delighted for Danny, Julie, Kellyann and Kerrie, putting our private client and contentious trusts teams on the global stage alongside their UK and international counterparts.
"Once again this is a great reflection of our staff at Collas Crill and a testament to their hard work."
Collas Crill has also been shortlisted for the Guernsey and Jersey "Law Firm of the Year" awards at the 2018 Citywealth International Financial Centre (IFC) awards, taking place in January 2018.