Raworths’ triumph in the 2024 Legal 500 guide

Raworths, a prominent law firm in Harrogate, has received multiple recognitions in the 2024 Legal 500 UK Guide. This renowned guide, known for its independent research into the legal sector, unveiled its latest edition on 4 October, spotlighting Raworths in eight legal specialisms. 

Boasting a team of over 70 professionals, Raworths excels in delivering commercial and private client services. Half of their lawyers received mentions in the guide, some in multiple categories. 

Raworths’ trusts, wills, and estates team secured a top-tier ranking in tier one for Yorkshire for the second year in a row. Carmelita Ardren, head of family, and Rachel Tunnicliffe, head of trusts, wills, and estates, both earned a place in the exclusive “Leading Lawyers” group. Additionally, Sam Jenner and Alison Walker, partners in the trusts, wills, and estates team, were recognised in the “Next Generation Lawyers” category, highlighting rising stars in the legal profession. 

Simon Morris, Raworths’ managing partner, expressed his delight at their continued recognition in the Legal 500 Guide, stating; “We’re delighted to once again be recognised in the Legal 500 Guide. It’s particularly pleasing to see our inclusion across so many specialisms, recognising the quality of the services we provide for our clients, both businesses and individuals. 

“As a lawyer, recognition in the guide is highly valued and it’s testament to all the individuals who make up Raworths’ legal and support teams. The guide is largely based on feedback from clients and contacts and to be rated so highly is further proof of our business success which has been built on a personal approach and expertise that’s tailored to each individual.” 

Raworths’ accolades in the 2024 Legal 500 UK Guide span various categories, including agriculture & estates, corporate & commercial, commercial property, employment, family, dispute resolution, property litigation, and trusts, wills & estates. The firm’s inclusion is based on independent feedback, with clients and contacts praising their “creative solutions, sound advice, and a commercial mindset.”  




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Emma Cockings
Emma is the content editor for Yorkshire Legal News. Emma is an experienced writer with a background in client-centric personal injury law for a major firm. She has attended and reported on numerous high-profile legal events in Yorkshire.