There is no doubt now that a great number of solicitors in Manchester city centre are looking up to Anthony Lyons. This is the head of licensing and a partner at Kuits, a law firm. Anthony has been inducted into the Legal 500 Hall of Fame.
2018 saw the research publication, The Legal 500 introduce for the first time its Hall of Fame. The Legal 500 UK researches, analyses, and ranks the capabilities of law firms in the country. Now the newly introduced Hall of Fame will highlight lawyers who are at the pinnacle of their profession.
One fortunate, or one would say an excellent lawyer to enter into the Hall of Fame is Anthony Lyons. For eight of the last ten years, Anthony has been recognised as a Legal 500 elite leading lawyer. He is one of the two licensing lawyers in the entire UK to have received the accolade. Anthony indeed met the criteria for entry of The Hall of Fame of a leading research publication in the country.
The lawyer is acknowledged by The Legal 500 for his ‘second to none’ knowledge of licensing trade. The Kuits partner continues to be a key driver in the development of Kuit’s leisure and hospitality specialty. Mr Lyons has an established national clientele and reputation. Well known for his pro-active strategic licensing advice for a broad range of clients, the lawyer has quite a lot to enable him to receive the honor among other solicitors in Manchester city centre.
Commenting on the induction of Anthony, the executive partner Robert Levy said that Mr Lyons joined an exclusive group of elite legal professionals recognised due to their long-term dedication in this area of law by entering The Legal 500 Hall of Fame.
Besides, the induction, Anthony was also presented earlier this year with the Manchester Law Society Lifetime Achievement Award. This acknowledges his unrivalled impact as well as a lasting contribution to the legal services market across his career of 40 years.
As mentioned earlier, solicitors in Manchester city centre show admiration for Anthony. According to Robert Levy, he continues to be a fantastic role model and an inspiration to all lawyers in the city and beyond. He continued to say that Anthony has a sustained commitment and drive in his field. The accolade is well deserved and demonstrates his excellence in the support and development of leisure industry in the North West England and across the country.
At the Legal 500 Hall of Fame, Anthony is described as a great lawyer for all licensing businesses. He even acquired an accreditation by the British Institute of Inn Keeping on behalf of his firm for delivery of proper examination leading to issuing of personal licences.