Osborne Morris & Morgan recognised in The Legal 500 UK Firms to Watch List
We are delighted to announce that for the first time, Osborne Morris & Morgan’s Court of Protection and Personal Injury Trust team have been recognised as a firm to watch in the 2023 Legal 500 UK Firms to Watch list.
The Legal 500 assesses the strengths of law firms in over 150 jurisdictions. The rankings are based on a series of criteria, including client feedback and impartial recommendations but simply put, they highlight by practice area, the teams who are providing the most cutting edge and innovative service to their clients.
The “Firms to Watch” section highlights the best up-and-coming firms operating within a number of core practice areas using unbiased commentary and insight.
Each year, the rankings reflect a detailed analysis of law firms. The Court of Protection and Personal Injury Trusts team were assessed on what sets them apart from other firms, the quality of their work, the amount of funds which they manage for their clients and innovative initiatives that have also benefited their clients.
Sheena Shah and Hazel Page, joint Heads of the Court of Protection and Personal Injury Trusts team, commented:
“This is a fantastic achievement, and we are incredibly proud of all the hard work that is being carried out by our Court of Protection and Personal Injury Trust team. We have always prided ourselves on approaching our work a little differently here at Osborne Morris & Morgan, whether it’s through our personalised and tailored client service approach, to being proactive about looking at client’s needs holistically to excellent operational measures. So to be recognised as a Firm to Watch shows that we are delivering on our promises. We would like to say a big thank you to our clients, contacts and referees who have supported us through the process.”
The full rankings can be found on the website here: Personal tax, trusts and probate: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx in South East | Law firm and lawyer rankings from The Legal 500 United Kingdom – Solicitors guide