Top-tier recommendations and leading lawyer listing for Rollits

Dispute Resolution Partner, George Coyle

Rollits has once again recognised as one of the leading law firms in the Yorkshire and Humber region according to a survey the UK’s top 500 law firms, receiving acknowledgement as a leading specialist in 17 separate areas of law.

In addition, Dispute Resolution Partner George Coyle has received the accolade of appearing in the elite "Leading Lawyers" list - The Legal 500 United Kingdom 2017's guide to outstanding lawyers nationwide.

In total 27 lawyers at the firm have been recommended in the editorial for their work as leading practitioners in their specialist fields.

Rollits has been recommended as a TOP-TIER FIRM in Yorkshire & the Humber in its four main practice areas:

Commercial Litigation

Corporate & Commercial

Commercial Property

Employment

The firm has also been recommended in the following 13 practice areas:

Agriculture and estates

Banking and finance

Charities and not-for-profit

Construction

Education

Intellectual property

IT and telecoms

Pensions

Personal tax, trusts and probate

Planning

Property Litigation

Social housing

Managing Partner Ralph Gilbert said: ““We are delighted the firm’s expertise across so many different practice areas continues to be recognised by directories such as The Legal 500. Their recommendations highlights the quality, strength in depth and expertise we have within the firm and is a tribute to the firm as a whole as well as the individual ranked lawyers who are highly skilled in their areas of expertise.”.

The Legal 500 is an independent guide to law firms in the UK, based on in-depth market research, positive client feedback and interviews with lawyers, solicitors and barristers.

Posted on: 26/10/2017

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