Sunday, January 17, 2021

Sills & Betteridge enters list of leading lawyers for second time

Sills & Betteridge has again been recognised as a leading law firm as it enters for the second time, The Lawyer UK 200.

This list of the UK’s largest firms by revenue ranks Sills & Betteridge at 187.

The Annual Report is the result of months of detailed impartial research by The Lawyer publication and is seen as the benchmark report for anyone with a serious interest in the business of law.

Stephen Wilson, the firm’s Senior Partner, said: “The Lawyer UK 200 is a prestigious league table and we are delighted to retain our position for a 2nd year.

“Despite the challenges of the last 9 months, the firm’s performance has been reassuring and demand for most of our services has either stayed the same or increased. We look forward to a more settled 2021.”

The report also highlighted the firm’s commitment to gender equality of its partner and staff  appointments.

The firm also performed well in the recent Legal 500 rankings. The definitive guide to the legal profession placed the firm in the ‘Top Scoring Firms for Client Service’ and recommended 4 of its practice areas, with individual recognition for 11 lawyers.

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