Awards & Recognition

Millar McCall Wylie is recognised as one of the leading Commercial Law Firms in Northern Ireland. Our expertise and approach has been acknowledged by legal directories, Legal 500 and Chambers.

Legal 500 UK

Millar McCall Wylie was crowned Northern Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2019 by Legal 500. Legal 500 has also recognised the firm across the areas of Corporate and M&A, Commercial Property, Dispute Resolution, Banking and Finance, Insolvency and Corporate Recovery, Employment, Energy, Personal Tax, Trust and Probate. Our Private Client Team led by Department Head Conor Wylie has been ranked as a ‘Top Tier’ practice in the areas of Personal tax, Trusts and Probate.

“Millar McCall Wylie LLP’s client base spans national and multinational companies, as well as Northern Irish businesses such as dental practices and digital content companies. A particular strong suit is commercial agreements in the media and entertainment space”.

Head of Real Estate, Peter McCall is listed in the elite "Leading individuals" list, the Legal 500 United Kingdom 2019's guide to outstanding lawyers nationwide.

 

Chambers UK

Millar McCall Wylie is ranked as a leading firm by legal directory Chambers UK and can boast recognised leading individuals in the areas of Corporate/M&A, Litigation, Media & Entertainment, Real Estate, Employment, Family & Matrimonial and Private Client. In addition, we are ranked as the only top tier firm in Northern Ireland in the area of Media and Entertainment.

The 2019 edition of Chambers commented as follows:

“They are indelibly commercial, technically excellent, always responsive and committed to closing deals”.

“A key attribute is the confidence which the firm provides in all dealings.  They are very adept at reacting quickly and effectively to changing legal circumstances and possess a keen ability to anticipate legal positions”.

Notable individual recognitions include Corporate Partner Damian McParland who is ranked as a leading individual by Chambers Europe 2019.

 

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