The Legal 500 UK 2014; Blacks achievements recognised


Chris Allen

Blacks continued commitment to be the best law firm in Yorkshire for quality of service and client care has not gone unnoticed.

The Legal 500 UK 2014 was published this week which saw the firm highly praised for its work across a number of different areas of specialism.

The Legal 500 is an important tool for clients in gauging the expertise and strengths of law firms across the United Kingdom. Since the Legal 500’s inception in 1988 it has quickly become one of the largest and most comprehensive examiners of the legal market.

It is a real testament to the hard work and endeavours of the staff which sees the firm being recommended in nine separate areas this year:

  • Corporate and Commercial
  • Licensing
  • Commercial litigation
  • Employment
  • Family
  • Personal tax, trusts and probate
  • Commercial property
  • Media & Entertainment
  • Sport

Notable mentions go to the ten fee earners who were individually recommended and highlighted for their work:

  • Licensing:
    • Nicholas Dyson
  • Employment: Leeds:
    • Chris Allen
    • Tom Moyes
  • Family:
    • Ann Robinson
    • Paul Lancaster
  • Media & Entertainment:
    • Pete Bott
    • Phil Gorski
    • Ailsa Pemberton
  • Sport:
    • Stephen Lownsbrough
    • John Hendrie

The results are fantastic news for the firm and the entire Blacks team will be striving for even better results next year. Watch this space!

Chris Allen
Managing Partner
0113 207 0000

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