Danielle Shortlisted for The Law Society’s Human Rights Lawyer of the Year Award 2018
By Danielle Cohen Immigration Law Solicitor LinkedinDanielle Cohen has over 20 years of experience as a lawyer and a reputation for offering professional, honest and expert advice.
We are very excited to announce that Danielle has been shortlisted for the 2018 Human Rights Lawyer of the Year category at The Law Society Excellence Awards.
This is a prestigious award that recognises the best of the best from across 9,000 firms and 140,000 solicitors in England and Wales. To be nominated for the award is a great honour in itself. The category itself seeks to find “a solicitor whose sheer determination and dedication has made an exceptional contribution to the promotion, protection and advancement of human rights”.
Danielle qualified as a solicitor in 1998, and is the principal of her firm, established in 2004. Her extensive volunteer work throughout her 22-year career has given her a deep insight into and understanding of many sectors of society meaning that she developed a unique and truly holistic, proactive and multi-disciplinary approach.
Danielle has specialised in cases dealing with unaccompanied minors and for women seeking asylum. As well as tackling cases that deal with Mental Health Issues and victims of torture. Her breadth of knowledge and expertise in the complex and fast-changing area of law is notable. She practices the motto of her firm, “less formality, more humanity” with love and passion for her clients.
“Danielle is honoured to be shortlisted and owes a debt of gratitude to her clients who have trusted her and her colleagues who have supported her throughout the years.”
We like to congratulate all the other nominees for being shortlisted for this prestigious award. Everyone shortlisted deserves the title, so fingers crossed for everyone. The awards will be presented at Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London, on 17 October. To find out more
about the awards, click here and to see the full list of nominees, click here.