Aberdein Considine has once again been acknowledged for the high quality of its legal services in the latest rankings from the Legal 500.
The Legal 500 is one of the leading guides to law firms and solicitors in the UK and all individuals and firms ranked are recommended by them for the year ahead.
The firm has again received a top-tier ranking for Scotland in the area of Dispute Resolution – Debt Recovery.
Ten other practice areas were recommended:
- Scotland – Private Client - Family
- North – Dispute Resolution – Debt Recovery
- Scotland – Real Estate - Commercial Property – elsewhere in Scotland
- Scotland – Corporate and Commercial – Corporate and Commercial – elsewhere in Scotland
- Scotland – TMT (technology, media and telecoms) Sport
- Scotland – Private Client – Personal tax, trusts and executries
- Scotland - Finance – Insolvency and corporate recovery
- Scotland – Real Estate – Commercial Property, Edinburgh and Glasgow
- Scotland - Dispute Resolution – Commercial Litigation
- Scotland - Employment
Whilst all of the areas mentioned were also recognised last year, the firm achieved two brand new rankings, in Sport and Employment Law.
In addition to the departmental rankings, Myra Scott (Debt Recovery) and Ruth Aberdein (Family Law) were recognised as “Leading Individuals” in their fields.
In a further demonstration of the firm’s strength in depth, Gemma Perfect and Leonie Burke were identified as Next Generation lawyers. Leonie also achieved this status in last years’ rankings.
A total of 26 lawyers were mentioned by name in the Legal 500 UK commentary for their “standout contribution to respective practices”, up from 19 last year.
Commenting on the latest rankings Ritchie Whyte, Senior Corporate Partner, Aberdein Considine said: “All of our lawyers are experts in their respective fields and I know they provide clients with the highest levels of support at all times.
Helping clients navigate a challenging world is our key focus, but nevertheless, it is hugely rewarding to be recognised in such a highly respected guide.”