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Collas Crill retains top tier positions in Legal 500 rankings

Collas Crill has retained top tier positions for Commercial Property in Guernsey and Dispute Resolution in Jersey in the 2015 Legal 500 UK rankings, the leading industry report that grades law firms across the UK.

In Guernsey the firm maintained its tier two position in the Commercial and Banking, Dispute Resolution and Private Client, Trusts and Tax categories. In Jersey the firm jumped from tier three to tier two in both Corporate and Commercial and Employment and maintained tier two positions in Commercial Property and Private Client, Trusts and Tax.

The publication praised 10 of Collas Crill's lawyers in its in elite 'Leading Lawyers' list, a guide to outstanding lawyers nationwide, and recommended a total of 28 lawyers throughout the rankings.

A significant amount of feedback from clients was cited across all ranked practice areas, praising the firm for its "consistently excellent service, with sage and timely advice" and lawyers who are "thorough and attentive to detail".

Collas Crill Managing Partner, Jason Romer, said: "Our clients consistently praise us for the strength, expertise and personality of our people, which is reflected in this year's excellent feedback. We've experienced rapid growth over the past year and since our merger with CARD in the Cayman Islands in January we have made a number of strategic hires across the firm.

"The hard work and dedication of our lawyers has allowed usĀ  to expand significantly without compromising the high level of client service that Collas Crill is known for. Legal 500 undertakes rigorous market research and is a sound endorsement of our people and services, directly from our clients, which we value highly."

The Legal 500 rankings are compiled by way of a thorough and independent research process which analyses information from the firms themselves, competitors and clients.



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