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Appleby trio listed in legal Who’s Who

Three Bermuda lawyers from the same firm have been listed in the Who's Who of private client lawyers.

Appleby briefs Michael Mello QC, Keith Robinson and Vanessa Schrum were all “highly recommended individuals” in the prestige listings.

The three were part of an eight-strong showing by the international legal firm in the survey, with lawyers from the Cayman and Isle of Man offices being listed as “most highly regarded individuals”, making Appleby the only law firm to have two people in the top category.

The two were Appleby's global practice group head Carlos de Serpa Pimental, who is based in Cayman, and John Rimmer, practice group head, private clients and trusts in the Isle of Man.

Mr Pimental said: “We are proud that a significant number of Appleby professionals across a breadth of jurisdictions have been recognised by Who's Who Legal as leaders in their field in the first issue of their international private client listing.

“This is a reflection of the quality and dedicated client service of our private client lawyers worldwide.”

A pedestrian passes by the main entrance of Appleby located in Canon Court building, on Victoria Street in Hamilton.

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Published October 24, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated October 23, 2013 at 11:47 am)

Appleby trio listed in legal Who’s Who

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