Partners at Ogier and Carey Olsen have been named in a Legal 500 list aimed at recognising "the pinnacle of the profession."
The legal industry researcher has launched its 'Hall of Fame' to highlight to recognise individuals who receive "constant praise by their clients for continued excellence."
Steve Meiklejohn, Ogier's Global Senior Partner and Julie Melia, a Partner in the Jersey property law team and the head of the firm's Probate and Estates practice, were named in the inaugural Legal 500 Hall of Fame. Simon Davies, a Guernsey Dispute Resolution partner, also appears on the list.
Pictured: Steve Meiklejohn, Julie Melia and Simon Davies, who all featured from Ogier.
Mr Meiklejohn's "exceptional knowledge and experience in the private client field" was highlighted in the Legal 500. Mrs Melia was recognised for "making clients feel confident they will achieve the right outcome."
Jonathan Hughes, Ogier's Global Senior Service Line head, said: "This is very welcome recognition for three of our most senior leaders which reflects not just their technical expertise and status in the market, but also the hard work of the teams that they lead. Steve, Simon and Julie are widely recognized as leaders in their fields of practice and the feedback cited by Legal 500 demonstrates just how much they are valued by their clients."
Siobhan Riley, the Head of Carey Olsen's Jersey trusts and private wealth practice was also named on the list, for "her wonderful expertise makes her easy to discuss matters with."
Pictured: Siobhan Riley, Head of Carey Olsen's Jersey trusts and private wealth practice.
She is joined by her Guernsey colleagues, Managing Partner, Russell Clark, Senior Partner, John Greenfield, and the Head of the corporate and finance practice, Ben Morgan.
Carey Olsen was ranked as the leading law firm in the Channel Islands in the most recent edition of Legal 500 UK. The firm secured a top-tier position across all 17 of its practice areas, making it the only offshore law firm to have tier one status across the board.
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