Appleby recognised by Legal 500
International legal directory Legal 500 has recognised 21 lawyers working in the Bermuda office of international law firm Appleby.
The rankings are based on feedback from 250,000 in-house peers, client feedback and independent assessment of law firms’ deals and confidential matters, the firm said.
Appleby gained “notable” rankings across their offices in many sectors and gained a top tier ranking in banking, finance and capital markets; corporate and commercial; insurance/reinsurance; real estate; and trusts/private client, the firm said.
The directory also ranked 21 lawyers in Bermuda as either “leading individuals”, “next generation partners”, “rising stars” or they were recognised on Legal 500’s “recommended” list, with many lawyers recognised in more than one category.
Appleby said it had the most women ranked in Bermuda in the leading individuals, next generation partners and rising stars combined categories.
Recognised as leading individuals were Timothy Faries, managing partner, and partners Brad Adderley, Clive Langley, Tammy Richardson-Augustus, Vanessa Schrum, and John Wasty.
Recognised as next generation partners were Bermuda partners Gary Harris, Sally Penrose, Steven White, and Jerome Wilson.
Tabbed as rising stars were counsels Tiffany Boys, Matthew Carr and Hannah Tildesley, senior associate Josephine Noddings, and associate Caljonah Smith.
Lawyers recommended by Legal 500 included managing partner Mr Faries, partners Mr Adderley, Mr Harris, Mr Langley, Ms Penrose, Ms Schrum, Mr Wilson, Mr Wasty, Ms Richardson-Augustus, Mr White, Alan Bossin, David Clark, Matthew Ebbs-Brewer, Steven Rees Davies, and John Riihiluoma; counsels Ms Boys, Ms Tildesley, Mr Carr and Michael Mello, senior associate Ms Noddings, and associate Ms Smith.
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