Appleby and Conyers make Tier 1 status

The Bermuda offices of international law firms Appleby and Conyers have achieved Tier 1 status in the latest International Financial Law Review 1000 rankings.

The rankings year-on-year are compiled by a team of specialist legal journalists. First published in 1982, the IFLR is the only publication of its kind to focus on the leading law firms for corporate finance worldwide.

Appleby managing partner Tim Faries and partners Brad Adderley and Alan Bossin were recognised as “highly regarded”, partners Matthew Ebbs-Brewer and Jerome Wilson and associate Josephine Noddings were tabbed as “notable practitioners”, and partners Clive Langley, Sally Penrose and Steven Rees-Davies were described as “rising stars”, the firm said.

Conyers said the IFLR guide recognised ten lawyers in its Bermuda office: Marcello Ausenda, Graham Collis, David Cooke, Guy Cooper, Sophia Greaves, Neil Henderson, Niel Jones, Chiara Nannini, Jason Piney. and Anthony Whaley.

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Published Oct 1, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Sep 30, 2019 at 7:58 pm)

Appleby and Conyers make Tier 1 status

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