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)
Immigration
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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