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Top spot for Mourant Ozannes

Top spot for Mourant Ozannes

Monday 10 November 2014

Top spot for Mourant Ozannes

Monday 10 November 2014

Offshore law firm Mourant Ozannes is the Channel Islands' top ranked firm according to the Chambers UK 2015 directory

With more top tier rankings than anyone else in Jersey and Guernsey - and across the firm's key practice areas - Mourant Ozannes retains the lead among Channel Islands firms.

The Chambers UK guide, now in its 25th year, compiles research from in-depth interviews with law firms and clients in order to produce one of the leading guides to the UK's best lawyers. In addition to the law firm rankings, individual lawyers are also recognised for their expertise. In the 2015 guide, 30 Mourant Ozannes lawyers received recognition within the individual rankings.

Advocate Robert Shepherd, Mourant Ozannes' senior partner said: "We are very pleased that the expertise of our teams across the Channel Islands has been recognised by the Chambers UK directory. We aim to be consistently recognised as the best law firm in the world's top international finance centres and the continued strength of our Channel Islands' practice, and the reinforcement of this message in directories such as Chambers UK, plays a pivotal role in achieving that success."

The launch of the Chambers UK directory comes in the same week as the launch of the Legal 500 directory's Caribbean directory which has promoted Mourant Ozannes' Cayman Islands litigation practice to the top tier of the rankings. This is the first such ranking for the practice, with the group now ranked in the top tier for dispute resolution across Guernsey, Jersey and the Cayman Islands.

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