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Longmores celebrates best ever Legal 500 results

Longmores celebrates best ever Legal 500 results

Longmores Solicitors recently celebrated the news that the firm has been included once again in the latest edition of The Legal 500.

The firm, which has offices in Hertford and Harlow, has been ranked in each of the six practice areas submitted to The Legal 500 for consideration: company commercial, dispute resolution, employment, family, private client and commercial property.

In addition, eleven solicitors have been recognised as a ‘recommended lawyer’ in their particular field: Richard Horwood for Private Client; Rachael Spalton and Stephen Stewart for Commercial Property; Richard Gvero and Catrin Mills for Employment; Tracey Dargan and Anna Baptist for Family; John Wiblin and John Wagstaffe for Dispute Resolution; and Craig Harrison and Rina Sond for Company Commercial

Joint Senior Partner at Longmores, Richard Gvero, said: “We are delighted to have been recognised once again in The Legal 500, and that every practice area we submitted for consideration has achieved a ranking in the directory. To have eleven of our team selected as ‘recommended lawyers’ is truly something worth celebrating.

“This demonstrates that our commitment to providing first class specialist advice is valued by our clients and professional referrers, who are pleased to recommend our services to others.”

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