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Ince Co recognised in 2014 London Super Lawyers magazine

News / 18-12-2014 / London

2014 London Super Lawyers names seven Ince lawyers as Super Lawyers and four Ince lawyers as Rising StarsSuper LawyersAlternative Dispute Resolution James WilsonAviation law Gillie Belsham (pictured)Energy and Natural Resources Stuart ShepherdInsurance law Jan HeuvelsShipping law Jeremy Biggs, Paul Herringnbspand Faz PeermohamedRising StarsEnergy and Natural Resources Nirada GriffithShipping law Kevin Cooper, Olivia Murray and Kijong NamSuper Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a research-driven, peer-influenced rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement The annual list aims to include solicitors who exhibit excellence in the practice of law
Gillie Belsham

Gillie Belsham Global Head of Aviation, Joint Head of Energy & Infrastructure, Partner

Jeremy Biggs

Jeremy Biggs Partner

Jan Heuvels

Jan Heuvels Director Gibraltar & Partner Hamburg

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