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The results are in…

Sherrards have again been highly recommended in the Legal 500 Directory for our corporate/commercial, litigation, commercial property, employment and private client work –  all with very good rankings.

It is however our people who really stand out with recognition for Jean-Paul da Costa, Geraldine Fabre, Asha Ngai, Terry Fendt, Paul Marmor, Marta Grieve, Karen Dobson, Leigh Head, Joanne Perry, Nicole Marmor and Charles Hodder, giving Sherrards one of the highest number of recognised legal experts amongst our competitors.  Mark Fellows has also been noted as a ‘Next Generation Lawyer’- well done Mark!

Alasdair McMillin, Sherrards’ Managing Partner, comments: “Once again I am very pleased with the results.  It is a tremendous team effort by everyone and congratulations to all of our leading lawyers, whether mentioned by name or not. The research picked up on the strength and depth of our teams, equal to those of many City law firms but delivered at a fair and reasonable cost. It also gave credit to the teams on their excellent client service and their tailored approach to the needs of each client.  It’s great to hear these comments as they completely reflect our philosophy across the whole firm. Thank you to everyone who took part in the extensive research, and to the researchers who undertook it.”

For more information on the firm’s latest rankings, please visit our Legal 500 listing.


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