Curium Solutions has been shortlisted, alongside customer DAC Beachcroft, in this year’s The Lawyer Awards.
The business transformation company is among the finalists in the ‘Best Collaboration’ category thanks to its ongoing work with law firm DAC Beachcroft. Curium is helping to improve operational excellence across DAC Beachcroft’s Claims Solutions Group (CSG). DAC Beachcroft is also shortlisted for the prestigious ‘Law Firm of the Year’ award.
Andy Dawson, Curium director and co-founder, said: “We’re proud that our work with DAC Beachcroft has been recognised by The Lawyer and its judges. There is a huge amount of change impacting the legal world and those firms who seize the opportunities change presents will do well.
“It’s testimony to the vision of CSG CEO Craig Dickson and his team. They have displayed a great spirit of innovation in working with us and in challenging the typical way of doing things. As a result, they are realising the benefits of a new way of working.”
The Lawyer Awards celebrate legal excellence in Europe. This year, more than 60 judges from across the legal industry debated entries from law firms, companies and barristers chambers. The shortlisted entries will be battling it out for prizes across 30 categories at the Grosvenor House Hotel on 25 June.
Curium is also shortlisted for the Legal Week Innovation Awards. Earlier this year, the company won a Business Masters Award at TheBusinessDesk.com’s Business Masters, celebrating excellence in the Midlands.
A leader in people-led change, Curium specialises in buying people into change. This creates value from accelerating the adoption of change and the earlier release of benefit. Clients include corporates, partnerships and public authorities in the UK, US and elsewhere in the world.
Earlier this year, Curium announced the appointment of leading local business figure and Midlands Digital Leaders Local Champion, Tracy Westall, as its Executive Chair. The company published a report: Empowering inclusive leadership for a diverse age, which provides an original take on diversity, inclusion and leadership; and co-created the Midlands Leadership Awards.