Bedford law firm recommended in national legal directory

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Woodfines legal 500

Woodfines Solicitors, on St Cuthbert’s Street in Bedford town centre, is pleased to announce that it has again been recognised in the national legal directory, the Legal 500, which was published at the end of September.

The directory is published annually, and provides research into the performances of lawyers and law firms, before placing them into benchmarked rankings.

Woodfines’ Company Commercial team is highly recommended, with Managing Partner, Neil Gibbs, described as ‘superb’, whilst Senior Associate, Alice Wooler, is also recommended for her ‘depth of knowledge and ability to connect the dots’.

The firm’s Private Client team in Bedford remains in the ‘Top Tier’ for the South East region, and are expressed as both ‘very professional in a pleasant and helpful manner’, as well as having ‘very efficient response times and ability to explain matters in plain English’.

Meanwhile, department head, Stephen Patch, is described as ‘approachable and amenable’.

The Commercial Property team is also noted in the directory, with research highlighting that the team has ‘a wide range of services and staff who are always happy to be contacted and who also keep us updated which makes Woodfines a law firm easy to recommend and deal with’.

The team in Bedford are also specifically highlighted; ‘Commercial property is a very strong element for the Bedford office. They are experienced and more than hold their own’.

For further information or to contact any of the lawyers listed in this year’s Legal 500, please visit our website at www.woodfines.co.uk.

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