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Legal 500 2012 – Hunters’ success

  • September 24, 2012
  • By Hunters Law

We are delighted to report that the firm has performed very well in the recently published 2012 edition of the Legal 500.

Five departments are listed: Agriculture and estates in tier 2; Art and cultural property in tier 3; Charities and not for profit in tier 5; Family in tier 5; and Personal tax, trusts and probate in tier 3. Two partners, Joe Richardson in Agriculture and estates and Graham Ogilvie in Personal tax, trusts and probate, are listed as Leading Individuals, whilst 17 fee-earners are recommended overall, a record for the firm.

Of particular note is the Family department which is described as being “dynamic” with a “wonderful word-of-mouth” reputation, whilst the Personal tax, trusts and probate department “gives a sense of assurance and competence”.

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