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Legal firms to compete for top offshore title

Legal firms to compete for top offshore title

Tuesday 03 December 2019

Legal firms to compete for top offshore title

Three local legal firms are in the runnings for the title of 'Offshore Firm of the Year'.

Collas Crill, Dickinson Gleeson and Mourant have been shortlisted for the prestigious recognition in Legal 500's UK 2020 awards.

The awards will be held in February in London, and follow from the recent publication of the legal directory's 2020 rankings, in which all three firms featured.


Pictured: The awards will be held in London next year.

As well as departmental praise, a number of Collas Crill lawyers were mentioned individually within the rankings. Senior Partner Nuno Santos-Costa, Managing Partner Christian Hay and Partner Damian James also feature in the directory's Hall of Fame.

"Following on from the success in the latest editions of the UK and Caribbean rankings, it is really pleasing to see the firm shortlisted within this category," said 
Group Managing Partner, Jason Romer (pictured top, left).

"A nomination like this is testament to how well we operate as one firm across markets and practice areas, something that is pivotal to our success and growth.

"We have placed a great emphasis on building strength and depth in our established markets in 2019 and look forward to further developing this in 2020 and beyond.'
An industry research guide, Legal 500 collates its data via an independent research process involving client and peer interviews, as well as information from the firm itself."

Dickinson Gleeson Founding Partner James Dickinson (pictured right) added: “The shortlisting for Offshore Firm of the Year is an exciting progression and shows that we compete with the major offshore law firms in terms of quality of work and client service, as well as the calibre of our lawyers.”


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