The Legal 500 rankings 2024: GCN summary

5 October 2023

The Legal 500 rankings 2024 have been released and Garden Court North is delighted to have been listed as a Tier 1 set for several areas of law:

Administrative and Public Law (including civil liberties and human rights)
Inquests and Inquiries
Social Housing.

We are also listed as a Tier 3 set for Crime.

We have several excellent juniors such as Lily Lewis, who entered the rankings for the first time this year as a Rising Star in Inquests and inquiries. Christian Weaver was ranked as a Rising Star in Inquests and inquiries for the first time while maintaining his Rising Star rank in Administrative and public law (including civil liberties and human rights). Kate Stone gained a Tier 2 ranking for Administrative and public law (including civil liberties human rights), and Kerry Smith is now listed as a Leading Junior in Court of Protection as well as Immigration.

Anna Morris KC is listed in the rankings as a New Silk and achieved Tier 1 for Administrative and public law (including civil liberties and human rights), and also Tier 1 for Inquests and inquiries.

We are also extremely proud of our Practice Managers who received praise for being ‘approachable and helpful’ and going ‘above and beyond’. 

Please see our comprehensive rankings on The Legal 500 website.

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