Dickinson Gleeson has retained its Band 2 listing for its Dispute Resolution Team in the latest edition of Chambers & Partners.
James Gleeson is listed in Band 1 and James Dickinson in Band 2 in the individual rankings. These rankings also re-affirm Dickinson Gleeson’s expertise in offshore trusts matters with Craig Swart and the firm being ranked in Band 3 for this work area.
The highly regarded guide to the global legal industry commends the firm as being: ‘very approachable and easy to engage with, they give you their views, and they are practical in suggesting solutions.’
James Dickinson is well regarded for his broad commercial litigation practice which encompasses trust and asset recovery cases: ‘He is absolutely meticulous and brings such a considered and innovative approach to difficult cases.’
James Gleeson is noted as being ‘calm and reassuring” and as “someone you really go to with issues because he is able to bring a new perspective to complex cases.’
Partner Craig Swart (pictured) is described as being ‘very solution-driven and driven to find the quickest and most effective solution for clients” and “very knowledgeable, approachable and responsive. He always seeks to provide pragmatic advice where possible.’
Earlier in the year Dickinson Gleeson won three awards in the Citywealth IFC Awards 2021, namely the Boutique Law Firm of the Year award (for the fourth year in a row), the Team of the Year – Litigation Department award and the Lawyer of the Year C.I. & Isle of Man award, which was won by Craig Swart.