2019 remained an active year for Appleby and specifically in its Private Client & Trusts practice area globally, as we advised on a variety of new innovative structures and high-profile cases. With this year’s rankings we also continue to have a significant number of individually ranked lawyers in this space.

Carlos de Serpa Pimentel, Practice Group Head said: “Appleby has a talented group of lawyers. We are delighted with our continued Band 1 ranking by Chambers Global which confirms our position as a leading international offshore law firm with a highly regarded private Client & Trusts practice and we are proud of the accomplishments of our lawyers from across the Firm.”

Chambers Global has been ranking lawyers since 1990. Now covering in excess of 185 jurisdictions, Chambers features the largest research department of any such publication with over 170 full-time staff who review large numbers of submissions and conduct in depth telephone interviews with lawyers and clients around the world.

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