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Who’s Who Legal 2023: BDM partners selected for recognition

Who’s Who Legal 2022 BDM partners selected for recognition | BDM Blog | BDM Law

Once again we are pleased to report that our founding partners Nick Burgess, Bob Deering and David McInnes are all recognised as leading shipping lawyers in the Who’s Who Legal: Transport 2023 guide. The guide is based on independent research with Who’s Who Legal’s clients and peers and is published on their website (https://whoswholegal.com).

We remain grateful for the continued support and endorsement from our clients, colleagues and friends in the industry.

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