Bishop & Sewell is pleased to learn that the firm has been recognised for its expertise in this year’s Legal 500, an independent guide to the legal sector, in the following areas:
London: Private client – Family – Tier 4
Bishop & Sewell LLP has ‘very experienced partners with proven expertise in both finance and children cases’. Michael Gillman is ‘extremely conscientious and has impeccable judgement’, and Philip Rutter ‘remains calm when dealing with very difficult clients’.
Eileen Pembridge is ‘committed’, David Hodgson is ‘thorough in his preparation and assesses risk carefully. His ability to control costs is a thing to behold’. Louise Barretto is particularly adept in complex financial matters with an international dimension.
London: Human Resources – Immigration, Human Rights, Appeals and Overstay – Tier 2
Bishop & Sewell LLP focuses on asylum and human rights work, and also handles PBS applications for high-net-worth individuals, as well as public law challenges, and detention and deportation cases.
Senior Associate, Mariam Khaliq acts for individual clients and local authorities on human rights applications, EEA applications, PBS and naturalisation matters, and deportation cases.
Associate Karma Hickman advises on immigration, asylum and citizenship matters, and has a focus on international surrogacy cases and complex partnership applications.
The Legal 500 ranks law firms and lawyers across legal specialisms and geographic regions, identifying the most highly respected legal professionals in their areas of expertise. The guide is published annually in October and is compiled using feedback from clients and peer firms.
Across all our teams, we continue to see our solicitors consistently delivering an excellent and valuable service.