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Collyer Bristow named as a leading firm in Legal 500 2022

Firm ranked in 7 practise areas; with 2 lawyers listed in the elite “Leading lawyers” group,  and 1 lawyer in the ‘Next Generation Partners” group

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Collyer Bristow is delighted to have been ranked in the latest 2022 edition of Legal 500 UK.

Used as a reference guide by millions of people each year, the Legal 500 provides up-to-date information on law firms and lawyers from across the UK. Based upon detailed analysis of submissions and thousands of interviews with general counsels and private practice lawyers, it covers the breadth of legal practice areas, providing recommendations for both teams and individuals specialist in their fields.

Collyer Bristow LLP has been recommended in the following 7 practice areas; has 2 lawyers listed in the elite “Leading lawyers” group,  and 1 lawyer is listed in the ‘Next Generation Partners” group. A total of 9 lawyers are mentioned by name in Legal 500 UK commentary for their standout contribution to respective practices.

The firm is ranked in 7 practise areas:

  • London > Dispute resolution > Banking litigation: investment and retail
  • London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: mid-market
  • London > Private client > Family
  • London > Private client > Personal tax, trusts and probate
  • London > Real estate > Commercial property: corporate occupiers
  • London > Real estate > Commercial property: development
  • London > Real estate > Property finance

Two lawyers from the firm are listed in the elite “Leading lawyers”category:

One lawyer from the firm is listed in the “Next Generation” category:

You can see the firm’s full rankings here on the Legal 500 website.

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