Carson McDowell maintains top position in Legal 500
Carson McDowell has maintained its position at the top of the legal profession’s industry guide, The Legal 500.
Carson McDowell achieved ‘Tier 1’ rankings in 11 practice areas in the 2023 edition of the Legal 500 guide. The firm is also home to the only Northern Ireland Planning and Environmental legal team to receive the ‘Tier 1’ ranking for the third consecutive year.
Along with its impressive performance in practice area rankings, 11 of the firm’s lawyers have been recognised as ‘Leading Individuals’, and notably, eight lawyers have been honoured for their continued excellence as leading elite lawyers on a global basis in The Legal 500 Hall of Fame.
Managing partner, Roger McMillan said: “We’re very pleased to see our practice areas continue to be recognised in the Legal 500 guide. This is a great testimony to the hard work of the entire team at Carson McDowell and demonstrates the excellence and expertise of the firm’s team of multidisciplinary legal professionals.”
He added: “Carson McDowell has long had a policy of hiring and developing the best talent. This years’ Legal 500 announcement comes amidst another exciting period of growth at the firm. In the past year, we have continued to make new lawyer appointments and awarded 17 promotions across our teams, highlighting our ongoing commitment to delivering the highest levels of service.”
Neasa Quigley, senior partner at Carson McDowell, commented: “At Carson McDowell, we have always been 100 per cent focused on delivering for our clients across multiple sectors and service lines. The Legal 500 results evidence this and I am very proud of the contribution that our people continue to make to our clients and their businesses.”
“I would particularly like to extend our thanks to our clients who continue to support Carson McDowell’s position as the highest-ranked Northern Irish law firm in The Legal 500 directory. I know our clients value the expertise our teams provide and the 2023 rankings and quotes from our clients is reflective of this feedback”.