In the Chambers UK Guide 2021, launched yesterday, Murray Beith Murray is delighted to be ranked for ‘Agriculture and Rural Affairs’ - joining the firm’s existing ranking for ‘Private Wealth Law’ in Chambers High Net Worth Guide, published earlier in the year.
The guide comments on the firm’s ‘strong expertise in private client matters for its rural client base, including estate planning and wealth management for landowners’; and cited client feedback for Rural Partner, Andrew Linehan, who retains his individual Chambers ranking, remarks that his ‘analytical skills and knowledge of agricultural law shine through’.
Murray Beith Murray is already recognised as a leading firm for ‘Agriculture and Estates’ in The Legal 500 UK, the other prominent ranking guide of law firms and lawyers across the UK; and the firm is distinguished as one of the few Scottish private client law practices to be ranked as Tier 2 for both ‘Personal tax, trusts and executries’ and ‘Contentious trusts and probate’.
Senior Partner, Hugh Younger, said, “Advising landowners and farmers has been at the core of the firm’s business for over 170 years and we are pleased that this has been recognised with the latest ranking in this core practice area. These results are always important to us as they come from independent research which includes conversations with our clients and professional contacts. We are delighted to be thought of so highly.”
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