DMR Collation is celebrating after being shortlisted for two more prestigious awards.
The medical records collation firm is in the running for two categories in the Legal Week Innovation Awards.
Now in their fourth year, the national awards celebrate creative excellence in the legal profession and recognise innovation and work on precedent-setting, game changing projects and initiatives.
The awards will take place on Friday May 25 at The Brewery in the heart of London.
Following a rigorous application process, DMR Collation has been shortlisted in the categories of supplier innovation services and supplier innovation technology.
Services such DMR Collation’s digital booklets have been instrumental in getting this far in the process.
Founder and managing director Caroline Packer said: “This is fantastic news and proves that we as a company are using the best technology available to provide our clients with the best service possible.
“We are very proud of our high level of service and attention to detail.
“We are always looking at new innovations which will improve that even further for the benefit of our clients.”
The latest nominations follow a successful 12 months for DMR Collation.
Ms Packer was presented with the President’s Award for 2017 by the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives.
Earlier this year, the company was highly commended in the Modern Law awards in the category of Supporting the Industry.
And in March, the firm was a finalist in the practice efficiency category of the LegalEx Legal and Cyber Security awards.
The Legal Week awards are open to law firms, chambers, in-house legal departments, and alternative business structures.
They celebrate outstanding achievement within the profession.
By recognising exceptional achievement and best practice, they underline the crucial role promoting innovation played by lawyers working in tandem with colleagues in other disciplines such as marketing, business development, finance, IT, project management, operations, PR, and recruitment.
The 20 categories have been chosen to reflect the variety of work undertaken by business lawyers working at law firms, legal departments, and other providers of legal services.
The awards are judged by a panel comprising Georgina Stanley, editor of Legal Week, alongside a carefully selected group of independent experts from the sector.