Brodies – Scotland’s law firm of the year – six years running
Brodies LLP is Scotland’s largest law firm and is recognised by its clients and its peers in the UK legal sector for its excellent client services, innovation, use of technology, commercial awareness and business acumen.
In the past year Brodies has been named ‘UK National/Regional Firm of the Year’ at the Legal Business Awards and ‘Scotland Law Firm of the Year’ for the sixth consecutive year at the Who’s Who Legal Awards.
Scotland remains the UK’s most attractive inward investment location outside London, with the UK’s second-largest financial sector, major life sciences and technology / software hubs, the highest concentration of universities in Europe, a growing food and drink sector and the European centre for oil and gas production. Brodies provides business-focused advice to clients active in every sector of the Scottish economy in its core business areas of mergers and acquisitions; inward investment; energy (both renewables and oil & gas); commercial property; dispute resolution and litigation; banking and financial services; employment, pensions and benefits and trust and tax.
Clients from across the world
Its client base includes companies and individuals from Scotland, the UK and across the globe, as well as government. Brodies has more practice areas ranked top tier (37) and more lawyers (69) listed as ‘leading individuals’ in the independent legal directories Chambers & Partners and The Legal 500 than any other firm in Scotland.
With a talent bank of lawyers that includes some of the UK’s foremost legal experts, Brodies can provide specialist expertise, whatever the legal requirement. The firm’s capability to undertake complex cross-border transactions is strengthened by Brodies’ active membership of European and global legal networks, its international strategic legal partnership with the Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) and its corporate partnership with the Asia Scotland Institute. In addition, Brodies remains the only Scottish law firm with an office in Brussels, enhancing its service to clients requiring advice on EU regulation, competition and public law.