Chambers and Partners is an independent research company operating across 200 jurisdictions delivering detailed rankings and insight into the world’s leading lawyers.

Chambers indicated in its announcement that the decision was made after “an appraisal of the most innovative, outstanding work conducted by each firm.” The awards reflect notable achievements for work carried out over the past 12 months.

Malcolm Moller, Managing Partner, Mauritius & Seychelles offices at Appleby commented: “It is an honour to be shortlisted as a leading firm in Mauritius. Our team works diligently to remain at the forefront of the industry and to provide top tier service to our clients. We congratulate the other shortlisted firms and look forward to celebrating together virtually in January.”

Appleby was the first global, offshore law firm to provide legal services from the Republic of Mauritius. The firm focuses on investments into emerging African, Indian and Asian markets through general corporate and dispute resolution work for its international clients.

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