Charles Russell Speechlys is pleased to share our latest rankings in Legal 500 EMEA 2019
Charles Russell Speechlys is pleased to share our latest rankings in the newly published 2019 edition of the Legal 500 EMEA.
In Bahrain, we are now ranked in Tier 1 for Dispute Resolution alongside prominent Bahraini firms such as Haya Rashed Al Khalifa. This marks the first time that an international firm receives a Tier 1 ranking in the Bahrain Dispute Resolution category by the Legal 500.
We are also pleased to be ranked in Tier 1 for Bahrain Commercial, Corporate and M&A and for Bahrain Real Estate & Construction, for the second consecutive year. Our partners Patrick Gearon, Paula Boast, Rupert Copeman-Hill and Simon Green are all ranked as leading individuals in their respective practice areas.
In Switzerland, we retained our position in Tier 2 in the Private Client practice area, while in Luxembourg, we continue to be ranked in Tier 5 for Investments funds.
Our new Dubai office has also debuted with its first Legal 500 EMEA ranking, in the area of Dispute Resolution: Arbitration and International Litigation.
The Qatar office is once again in the category of Foreign Firms, in Tier 3 for the third consecutive year.
Additionally, we are pleased to share the news that we were recently recognised by the Middle East Legal Awards as finalists in the Litigation Team of the Year and Real Estate Team of the Year Awards, with winners to be announced at a private ceremony on 18th April 2019.
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