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Phatshoane Henney Attorneys rated Best Free State Law Firm eight years in a row
24 April 2019  | Magdel Louw

For the eighth consecutive year, Phatshoane Henney Attorneys has been awarded the PMR Diamond Arrow Award for the best law firm in the Free State. 

From 2012 to 2019 Phatshoane Henney Attorneys has annually been rated highest of all Free State law firms following a provincial survey of Free State law firms by independent reviewing agency Professional Management Review.Africa (PMR.Africa). This year Phatshoane Henney Attorneys has once again been ranked Number 1 in the province, scoring 4.20 out of a possible 5.00.

In addition, Phatshoane Henney Attorneys has been awarded the PMR Diamond Arrow Award for the company doing most for arts and culture in the Free State. In this regard, the firm has been ranked Number 1 in the province with an overall rating of 4.10 out of a possible 5.00.

“To receive this prestigious award eight years in a row, is an enormous honour. It confirms to us that our clients are unanimous in recognising us as a new breed of law firm. Because we care deeply about our clients, our staff and our community, it becomes visible in our client service, our attention to employing top legal experts, through being innovative, setting high standards so as to maintain our clients’ peace of mind, as well as our focus on diversity. This ensures that Phatshoane Henney Attorneys is the legal provider of choice for our clients,” says Jan Berry, Chief Executive Officer. 

“We sincerely thank each and every client for their positive feedback and unwavering loyalty. The directors of Phatshoane Henney Attorneys remain humble in knowing that without our clients’ support we would not have been able to receive such an award, and we reaffirm our commitment to always strive to set the standard in our service to you.”


*The award follows an independent provincial survey by PMR.Africa with ratings based on the perceptions of a sample of 110 respondents comprising of CEO’s, MD’s, business owners, company directors and managers, as well as senior government officials based in the Free State Province and who nominate and rate firms against the following specific attributes or criteria:

 Companies/institutions that have done most to enhance economic growth and development of the Province; 

 Levels of managerial expertise; 

 Implementation of corporate governance; 

 Brand awareness;  and 

 Levels of innovation.