Article 26 May 2023

Krogerus awarded Chambers and Partners Finland Law Firm of the Year 2023 title

We believe that our straightforward approach to business law and our humane culture have contributed to winning this award. Effortless and enjoyable cooperation with our clients is one of our key achievements; therefore, this recognition is not only ours but equally our clients'.

Our no-nonsense and straightforward approach to business law plays an important part in reaching our targets and solving our clients' complex legal questions. This approach can be seen in our flat organisation structure that allows our teams to operate in a client-driven and effective way, and in our mindset that encourages us to do things our own way. Our practical, solution-oriented, and commercially astute advice – that derives from our pragmatic approach – is also frequently highlighted in our clients' feedback.

We are equally convinced that our people-centric culture has contributed greatly to winning this award. We focus on our people and their well-being, allowing their competences to flourish. Our humane culture is also commended by our clients who praise our high commitment and ability to keep their best interest at heart.

"For us, this award signifies our clients' appreciation of the investments we have made in our people and ways of working," says Managing Partner Mårten Knuts. "I want to thank everyone at Krogerus for their hard work and commitment, and for reminding me daily what makes Krogerus such a special place to work."

About the award

Chambers and Partners' Law Firm of the Year award recognises a law firm’s pre-eminence in key jurisdictions and reflects notable achievements over the past 12 months including outstanding work, impressive strategic growth, and excellence in client service. The award is based on Chambers' research for the recently published edition of Chambers Europe Legal Guide 2023.

Other recognitions

Earlier this year we received the Excellence in Client Relations recognition in Regi’s Law Firm of the Year 2023 Finland study.

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