Sunday, July 12, 2020

Rollits earns recommendations in 16 areas of UK Legal 500

Law firm Rollits has been recommended in 16 different practice areas in the latest edition of the UK Legal 500.

The latest edition of leading independent law directory, the UK Legal 500, was published last month with Rollits being recommended in 16 different practice areas. The firm has been highlighted as a top-tier firm in Hull & East Yorkshire in four practice areas – Corporate and commercial, Commercial litigation, Employment and Commercial property.

In addition, Partners George Coyle (Dispute Resolution) John Flanagan (Corporate) and Chris Crystal (Commercial Property) have received the accolade of appearing in the elite “Leading Individuals” list – The UK Legal 500’s guide to outstanding lawyers nationwide.

The firm was also recommended in the following 12 practice areas for Yorkshire and the Humber – Agriculture and estates, Banking and finance, Charities and not-for-profit, Construction, Education, Family, Intellectual property, IT and telecoms, Personal tax, trusts and probate, Planning, Property litigation and Social housing.

In total, 22 lawyers at the firm have been highlighted in the editorial for their work as leading practitioners in their specialist fields.

Managing Partner Ralph Gilbert said: “The Legal 500 is one of the country’s leading legal publications so we are delighted the firm’s expertise across so many different practice areas continues to be recognised.

“Their recommendations highlight the quality, strength in depth and expertise we have within the firm and is a tribute to the firm as a whole to have 22 lawyers who are all highly skilled in their areas of expertise highlighted as leading practitioners.”

The UK Legal 500 is an independent guide to law firms in the UK, based on in-depth market research, positive client feedback and interviews with lawyers, solicitors and barristers.

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