Last night’s Law Society Treasure Hunt, sponsored by Olsen Recruitment, kicked off in Norwich’s St Andrews Tavern from 6 pm. More than 15 teams from law firms and professional services firms went on a pub crawl across various venues in Norwich in an attempt to find the quiz answers. A buffet and informal networking followed from 8.30 pm and the event concluded at 9.45 pm.
1st place: Mills & Reeve (quiz name: Smarter)
2nd place: UEA Law Graduates (quiz name: Pissed Graduates)
3rd place: Leathes Prior (quiz name: Epiphany of Title)
The best quiz name was awarded to Clapham & Collinge/Hatch Brenner’s joint team: Brennything can Clapham.
The best bunny pose posted on Twitter was awarded to Spire Solicitors, quiz name: Spirates.
Mills & Reeve (team Smarter) snatched the title from last year’s winners (Leathes Prior) and have now won the prestigious Norfolk & Norwich Law Society Treasure Hunt Shield (established 2015) for a second time in its three year history.
Clapham & Collinge: (quiz name: Brennything can Clapham), Cozens Hardy (quiz name: Hardy Pirates), Fosters Solicitors (quiz name: Beauty and the Beasts), FM Family Law, Hatch Brenner (quiz name: Brennything can Clapham), Mills & Reeve x 2 (quiz names: ‘Smarter’ and ‘Brighter’), Leathes Prior x 2 (quiz names: ‘Epiphany of Title’ and ‘Our Drinking Firm Has A Law Problem’), Lovewell Blake (quiz name: Blakewell Tarts), Spire Solicitors (quiz name: Spirates), Steeles Solicitors (quiz name: Balls of Steele), Norfolk Community Law Service (NCLS) x 2 (quiz names: ‘No Tweets Here’ and ‘NCLSisters’, NP Law x 3 (quiz names: ‘Court Short’, ‘County Hall’s Finest’ and ‘Treasury’) the UEA Law School (quiz name: Pissed Graduates)
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A full write up and pictures will appear in Norfolk Law Magazine/The Norfolk & Norwich Law Society’s website in due course. For live tweeted pictures of the event, go to the Norfolk & Norwich Law Society’s Twitter account: @NNLS20016.