Poland:BSJP among biggest law firms in Poland
We are delighted to share that BSJP law firm has once again been ranked among the biggest in the industry in the Ranking of Law Firms published by the Rzeczpospolita daily.
In the 19th edition of the Ranking of Law Firms by Rzeczpospolita, BSJP took 19th place in terms of the number of fully qualified lawyers. In the category that includes the total number of lawyers at the firm (both qualified lawyers and legal trainees), BSJP advanced from 25th to 24th position.
The Ranking of Law Firms by Rzeczpospolita, based each year on criteria such as size of the firm and the quality of services provided, comes as one of the most important events in the calendar for the legal sector in Poland. This year, more than 300 law firms from across the country took part in the competition.
Congratulations to all the winners of this year’s ranking and a humble thank you to our clients and the entire BSJP team as this is a shared success. For questions about BSJP’s legal advisory services in Poland, please contact Managing Partner firstname.lastname@example.org.
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