Dickinson Gleeson is delighted to have moved to Band 2 status for its dispute resolution team in the latest edition of Chambers & Partners. James Gleeson has moved to Band 1 and James Dickinson is placed in Band 2 in the individual rankings. The rankings also re-affirm its expertise in offshore trusts matters.
The highly regarded guide to the global legal industry commends the decade-old firm as: “A highly skilled team comprising talented professionals who work seamlessly and proactively with a clear focus on providing top-notch advice.”
James Dickinson is recognised for his tremendous work ethic: “He works extraordinarily hard and goes the extra mile.”
James Gleeson is described as possessing “an amazing grasp of detail, he’s very forensic and he is a real tactical litigator”. Chambers also notes: “He analyses issues objectively, and he’s very sensible and commercial.”
Partner Craig Swart is “an expert in what he does”, in Jersey trust law matters, and also features as a Ranked Individual in the Offshore Trusts section of the directory.
James Gleeson said of this year’s accomplishments: “We are delighted to see the firm’s continued success rewarded by these improved rankings. It is very gratifying to be commended for the high quality of our legal advice in the dispute resolution and offshore trusts arenas. We are also delighted with the recognition of our key individuals in a very competitive marketplace.”
2020 continues to be an increasingly exciting year for Dickinson Gleeson, with the firm having won the Citywealth IFC Boutique Law Firm of the Year for the third consecutive year. It has also been nominated as the Legal 500’s Offshore Law Firm of the Year 2020, which it won in 2017 and, for the fifth time, been nominated as a finalist for the prestigious 2020 STEP PCA Boutique Law Firm of the Year.
Now in its tenth year of operation, Dickinson Gleeson has also emerged as one of the top four law firms in Jersey for client service, following a comprehensive survey undertaken by Legal 500.