Hatstone crowned ‘Best International Law Firm’
Best International Law Firm Award
The international boutique law firm, Hatstone, has been recognised as ‘Best International Law Firm’ at the prestigious Irish Law Awards 2021.
The Irish Law Awards, which were established in 2012 aim to identify, honour, and publicise outstanding achievements, while also recognising those who have dedicated their lives to serving in the legal profession.
“We are delighted to receive this prestigious award for Best International Law Firm. The team thoroughly deserve this accolade in recognition of their talent, hard work and steadfast approach to delivering the highest levels of client service. The international Hatstone Group prides itself on and is committed to recognising and responding to our client’s needs, providing a first-class, personalised service, all delivered by senior professionals and it is wonderful that this dedication to service has been recognised,” said Grainne Loughnane, Managing Partner of Hatstone (Ireland) LLP.
Hatstone Group employs more than 55 senior professionals, specialising in banking and finance, structured finance, development finance, real estate, corporate and commercial, acquisitions and mergers, financial services and regulatory law. Established in April 2021, Hatstone (Ireland) LLP, has enabled the Hatstone Group, which also boasts offices in Jersey, the British Virgin Islands, London, Panama, and South Africa, to further develop its international offering.
“Our vision is to continue to grow and establish ourselves in the market as a leading all-services corporate law firm by helping our clients to achieve their business objectives and outcomes at a fast turnaround, without the price tag of a top-tier law firm. Our Dublin office, which opened in April of this year, is a vital part of our long-term focus on international diversification, with Ireland very much an attractive foothold in the aftermath of Brexit,” added Jersey Group Partner, Bella Ward.
Hatstone (Ireland) LLP was awarded the accolade at a ceremony, which was attended by more than 520 guests, at the Clayton Hotel on 29th October 2021.