Dickinson Gleeson has been shortlisted for the Boutique Firm of the Year award in the prestigious Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (STEP) Private Client awards for 2014/15.
This category is open not only to law firms (whether in partnership or sole practice), but also to accountants and tax advisors, specialising in private client services. The winners in each category will be announced at a gala dinner in London on 17 September 2014.
The awards, which are in their ninth year, celebrate excellence in the legal and financial professions and this year received a record 240 entries from 21 countries worldwide. The Boutique Firm of the Year award recognises technical excellence, local knowledge and client service in companies with up to six fee earners. Five firms have been shortlisted in the category and the winner will be chosen by a panel of experts, including internationally recognised lawyers, accountants, barristers and trust companies.
Established in 2009, Dickinson Gleeson offers market-leading dispute resolution and fiduciary expertise. Specialising in contentious trusts and estates, Dickinson Gleeson also has extensive experience in company and funds, insolvency, and fraud disputes in Jersey, and offers non-contentious trust advice. Clients include wealth providers, trust companies, financial institutions and government agencies.
Partner, Advocate James Dickinson, who co- founded Dickinson Gleeson with Advocate James Gleeson, said: “We are delighted to have been selected as a finalist in this year’s renowned PCA awards, especially given that this year saw the highest number of entries yet. We wish to thank all of our clients, intermediaries and staff for helping us achieve this accolade.”
James Gleeson added: “The Boutique Firm category is open not only to law firms but tax advisors and accountants across the globe. To make it to the shortlist is therefore doubly rewarding”.
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