Housing & Regeneration News
19 October, 2017
Forbes Solicitors is celebrating after receiving 44 recommendations for its lawyers and services in the 2017 Legal 500 rankings, up from 31 in 2016.
The Legal 500 United Kingdom is "the leading guide to law firms in the UK" and the global Legal 500 website receives over four million visitors each year.
In the newly-published rankings, Forbes has been recommended in the North West for its work in the following areas: Social Housing, Clinical Negligence, Corporate & Commercial, Crime: General, Crime: Fraud, Dispute Resolution, Education, Human Resources; Employment, Insurance, Private Client: Wills, Real Estate: Commercial Property. It has also been recommended for Insurance in the Yorkshire & the Humber region.
Thirty one Forbes' solicitors are also included in the list of recommended lawyers, with Lucy Worrall highlighted as a "Leading Individual" for Social Housing and Nick Pickup and John Pickervance recognised as Next Generation Lawyers for Corporate and Commercial (Elsewhere in the North West).
Siobhan Hardy, Senior Partner at Forbes said: "Legal 500 is the definitive guide to the best legal firms and lawyers. The rankings are determined by our clients' feedback and it is pleasing to know they regard the service they receive from Forbes so highly."
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2017 edition Legal 500
You were professional and well organised allowing for the court process to run flawlessly.
2011 Legal 500: The team at Forbes is 'responsive and proactive'.
Forbes are so attentive, always follow things up and are excellent value for money.
Chambers 2017: "They are friendly, professional, extremely effective advocates who always seek the best possible outcome."
2016 Legal 500: The 'holistic, fastidious and effective' team at Forbes Solicitors is noted for its 'wealth of sector knowledge'.