- 05 Oct 2022
- 2 min read
Trethowans earns top rankings in the Legal 500
Leading law firm Trethowans has ranked as top tier in the Legal 500 list for 2023, having once again received overwhelmingly positive feedback from its clients.
The firm, which has offices across the South, achieved top tier status in the renowned legal directory for services in Corporate and Commercial, Licensing, Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence (claimant) and Personal Tax, Trusts & Probate.
The firm is also recommended in 15 practice areas, including Agriculture & Estates, Banking & Finance, Employment and Family.
One client commented: “The team at Trethowans truly understand our business and can act as a genuine extension of the in-house legal team, which is extremely valuable. The advice is prompt, commercial and good value.”
This year, many of the firm’s lawyers are ranked in the guide, including Lucy Gleisner (Corporate), Kelvin Farmaner and Bethany Blamire (Insurance & Regulatory) who were once again recognised in the ‘leading individuals’ group, as well as Nick Gent (Corporate).
One client described Nick, who is Head of the firm’s Corporate Group, as “an exceptionally strong adviser, with an ability to provide practical guidance and reassurance through the most challenging of transactions.”
Mihiri Gajraj (Private Client), Emma Wilders-Pratt (Family) and Elizabeth Ryall (Commercial Debt Recovery) were all listed in the ‘next generation partners’ group. An additional 39 lawyers at the firm were recommended or mentioned by name in Legal 500 UK commentary for standout contributions to their respective practices.
Managing Partner Mike Watson said: “Once again, it’s wonderful to see our teams’ efforts being recognised in the Legal 500 list with such positive testimonials from our clients, and we’d like to thank everyone who took the time to provide feedback on Trethowans. We are committed to providing the best possible service for individuals and businesses and are proud of all our teams’ exceptional hard work.
“It’s fantastic to see almost 50 team members either ranked, recommended or mentioned in this year’s guide and Legal 500 UK commentary, with recognition across the spectrum of the firm.”
For 33 years, the Legal 500 has been analysing law firms’ capabilities through a comprehensive and impartial research programme, assessing firms across the world in over 150 jurisdictions through a combination of client feedback and interviews with leading practice lawyers.