TWM Solicitors is delighted to announce 32 lawyers in the firm have been recommended in the new edition of The Legal 500 UK 2024. Simon Burdett-Dixon and Eileen Barry (retired 2023) have both been ranked as a Leading Individual, while Caroline Keeley has been ranked as Next Generation Partner. Our Property Litigation team received an improved ranking this year.
A summary of our recommendations is below and full coverage in The Legal 500 UK 2024 guide can be found here.
Commercial litigation: ranked Tier 2
‘Very experienced and careful litigators that are focused on client requirements.’
Commercial property: ranked Tier 3
‘…the specialised knowledge and experience of the legal team at TWM was invaluable in ensuring that the transaction was concluded efficiently and quickly.’
Corporate and commercial: ranked Tier 3
Employment: ranked Tier 3
‘The team is very professional, achieves deadlines and always provides precise and clear advice. They focus on the client and take time to understand the unique circumstances behind events. They are very committed to the cause.’
Family: ranked Tier 2
‘A rock solid reputation and a hugely respected firm and department. The family department’s strengths are the experience and approach of their practitioners. The team is sensible and pleasant to deal with. The team recommend out of court processes when appropriate and provide an excellent service.’
Personal tax, trusts and probate: ranked Tier 2
‘TWM has a strong private client presence across all its offices in Surrey and London and, as necessary, is therefore able to offer a seamless service to its clients. It presents a well-managed and diverse team. From the moment you engage with TWM as a client you know you are in capable and professional hands.’
Property litigation: ranked Tier 3
‘A first class team who are approachable, friendly and proactive. As part of a multi-service law firm they can call upon a wide range of legal expertise to advise on all sorts of litigation from individual/personal disputes all the way up to large commercial/business disputes. Give clear, practical and objective advice on how to achieve your end goals whilst also keeping costs down.’
TWM would like to thank all those who kindly provided supporting references to The Legal 500 Research team.
The Legal 500 is one of the most authoritative guides to the UK legal profession. The guide is aimed at buyers of legal services. For further information about the publication, please visit www.legal500.com.