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Leading commercial law firm, Cleaver Fulton Rankin, has been recognised at the LawNet Awards 2023, winning the award for ‘Learning & Development Initiative’.
The LawNet Awards recognise law firms and legal professionals from across the UK who have excelled in the delivery of exceptional client service, innovation, commercial success and responsible business initiatives. The Learning & Development Initiative Award recognises a firm that invests in the development of their people.
Cleaver Fulton Rankin won the Learning & Development Initiative Award in recognition of its investment in the learning and development of its team. In 2023, Cleaver Fulton Rankin launched a new Digital Skills Programme, which is an innovative learning and development programme, comprising of in-person and online training modules designed to upskill employees in a range of essential digital skills. This includes areas such as cyber security, legal technology, digital marketing, legal practice software and Microsoft Office packages.
The Programme was developed by a Digital Skills Committee at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, with the aim of nurturing talent, providing opportunities for career development and helping to digitalise and streamline the firm’s internal processes.
Kerry McCloy, Innovation and Legal Technology Director, comments on the recent award win:
“We are proud to be recognised at the LawNet Awards for our Digital Skills Programme. With a culture of innovation and collaboration at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, we continue to prioritise and invest in the growth and professional development of our team. The introduction of our Digital Skills Programme in 2023 represents a flexible learning pathway, nurturing a knowledge sharing and progressive environment where our team can achieve their full potential. We are excited to build on the success of this programme in 2024 and beyond.”
Pictured: Directors Stuart Sproule and Timothy Rankin receiving the LawNet Award for Learning & Development Programme. Photo: ©Steve Pope Fotowales (courtesy of LawNet).