Bevan Brittan’s “impressive” rankings in The Legal 500 2024 highlight the strength of its expertise and the quality of support that it offers to clients, according to the national law firm’s Managing Partner.

The firm was placed in the highest bracket in 13 areas across its four offices. Its Top-Tier rankings in the South West came in Clinical Negligence: Defendant, Construction, Employment: Bristol, Health, Local Government, Personal Injury: Defendant and Social Housing.

Other Top-Tier rankings came in Healthcare and Local Government in London, Clinical Negligence: Defendant in the West Midlands and Health, Local Government and Social Housing in Yorkshire. The firm also achieved rankings in 41 other practice areas, gaining seven new rankings in total.

More individuals have been recognised than in previous years too. Joanne Easterbrook (Clinical Negligence: Defendant), Julian Hoskins (Employment: Bristol), Louise Leaver (Social Housing: Finance) and Melanie Carter (Professional Discipline) are featured in the Hall of Fame, alongside Adrian Dagnall (Clinical Negligence: Defendant) who now supports the firm as a consultant.

Another 21 lawyers have been identified as ‘Leading Individuals’, while the number of ‘Next Generation Partners’ has grown to 11. Eight more lawyers have been named ‘Rising Stars’.

Duncan Weir, Managing Partner at Bevan Brittan, said: “We are delighted to have achieved another impressive set of rankings that highlight the strength of our expertise across a wide range of markets. The results put a spotlight on the talent within our teams, who are committed to providing the highest quality support to our clients.

“This recognition for both our practice areas and individuals is very well-deserved and demonstrates that we have the required knowledge and experience to help us achieve our ambitious growth plans.”

The Legal 500 2024 rankings follow the news that Bevan Brittan achieved its tenth consecutive year of growth in 2022/23 and recognised 28 colleagues in its latest round of promotions.

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