Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Another Legal 500 triumph for regional law firm

Sills & Betteridge LLP is once again celebrating its results in the world’s leading legal directory The Legal 500.

The prestigious directory, which ranks law firms based on in-depth feedback from clients and other professionals, has reinforced the firm’s position as one of the region’s top legal service providers by again recognising Sills & Betteridge as a Leading Law Firm.

The firm is now recommended in 7 of its practice areas. It has held or improved its position in the rankings for Corporate & Commercial (retaining its position as the highest ranking Corporate & Commercial team with offices throughout Lincolnshire and surrounding counties), Commercial Litigation, Contentious Trusts & Probate and Family Law, with 3 additional areas being recognised for the first time – Commercial Property, Personal Tax, Trusts & Probate and Employment Law.

Special individual recognition has been given to 19 of its lawyers.

Stephen Wilson, Senior Partner commented: “We are incredibly proud to have performed so well in this year’s Legal 500, especially as the rankings are based on client feedback on the service we have delivered throughout a very challenging time.

“I would like to congratulate my colleagues for being recognised for their commercial and technical competency, responsiveness and dedication to their clients.”

Click or tap here to view the firm’s results including highlighted testimonials about some of their lawyers.

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