A round-up of the best legal Xmas trees

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Who has the best baubles and top tinsel? πŸŽ„


Once more, it’s that festive time of the year! As the holidays approach, certain sections of the legal profession have revealed their more festive side by setting up Christmas trees to celebrate the imminent arrival of old Saint Nick.

In typical Christmas custom, the team at Legal Cheek has once again scoured the internet’s vast spaces to gather a collection of the legal profession’s most exceptional festive trees.

Have we missed one? Drop a link in the comments and we will be sure to add it to our list!

Freshfields

Credit: Lloyd Rees/LinkedIn

TLT (Bristol)

Credit:Alice Pollington/LinkedIn

Slaughter and May

Credit: Alison Peyton/LinkedIn

Gowling WLG (Birmingham)

Credit: Jess Swingler/LinkedIn

RPC

Credit: Life in a law firm/Instagram

1 Crown Office Row

Credit: 1 Crown Office Row/X

Trowers & Hamlins

Credit: Scott Dorling/LinkedIn

CMS (London)

Credit: CMS/TikTok

Gray’s Inn

Credit: Gray’s Inn/X

HFW

Credit: HFW/Instagram

Mishcon de Reya

Credit: >Mishcon de Reya/Instagram

Russell-Cooke

Credit: Russell Cooke/Instagram

4 Comments

Anon

Very few firms were not tacky and utterly tasteless this year

RBC in-house

Freshfields share the same building with Fried Frank, Cadwalader and Hastings

HAUL PASTINGS

U wot

Kirkland NQ

(To the tune of “Mistletoe and Wine”)

Wealth and finance, a Lamborghini so fine,
Private equity, in a world so high,
Christmas markets, where profits align,
Oh, the joy of wealth and the power to shine.

In the β€˜land we gather, with deals to entwine,
Lavish parties and PE deals to design,
Gleaming Lambos, a symbol so divine,
Oh, the season of opulence, a rich paradigm.

Investments sparkle like lights that entwine,
Stockings filled with dividends, oh so prime,
Private jets soaring, in the yuletide skyline,
A Christmas of affluence, where fortunes align.

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