Festival Park-based solicitors Beswicks Legal has been recognised in no less than 11 practice areas in this year’s Legal 500.
The independent guide, which is published annually, recommends Beswicks for corporate and commercial, crime, debt recovery, insolvency, employment, family law, personal tax, trusts and probate, commercial property, construction, planning and property litigation.
The firm has also been listed again as a top tier law firm for dispute resolution and sports.
The Legal 500 is an independent guide to the best firms and individuals in the country based on the views and experiences of clients.
Published annually, the guide is researched by a team who assess submissions and conduct interviews with firms and their clients before they name the best firms in the country.
Senior partner Gary Mellor, who was ranked among the elite leading lawyers nationwide, said: “We are delighted to have again achieved top tier ranking for sports and dispute resolution, as well as being recognised in so many other practice areas. We have a fantastic team at Beswicks, whose expertise and commitment to providing outstanding service to their clients gets results.”
Client comments in the guide include reference to the firm coming up with ‘innovative solutions’, Beswicks’ lawyers being ‘very knowledgeable and always contactable’, their ability to ‘provide a full legal solution, often under extremely tight timescales’.
A whole host of Beswicks team members were individually recognised in this year’s Legal 500 including managing partner Nick Phillips, corporate partner Peter Ellis, crime partner Andrew Turnock, disputes partner Stephen Taylor, commercial property partner Richard Saum, disputes partners Karen Elder and Gareth Wilkinson, Charlotte Riley, Peter Howland, Rebecca Dulson, Rob Glenn, Sean O’Toole, Richard Anderson, Richard Preston, Laura Franklin, Tim Bailey, Howard Heath, Kate Sutherland, Juliette Carter, Iain Johnston and Tom Sutcliffe.