We are delighted to announce seven new entries and seven improvements in this year’s Legal 500 rankings.
Twenty-eight members have been ranked as leaders in the Employment Law category, including new entry James Chegwidden, who has also been ranked in Police law (defendant) for the first time. Ben Cooper QC sees success as he is named a new silk of 2017. Stuart Brittenden is now ranked in tier 1 for Employment Law following another fantastic year. Rebecca Tuck also rises in the rankings.
In the category of Clinical Negligence, four members have been ranked as leaders in the field in the London circuit. Kara Loraine ranks for the first time in the Western circuit in the Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence category.
Nadia Motraghi ranked for the first time in the category of Administrative and Public Law as a leading junior, adding to her further success in Employment Law and Professional Discipline and Regulatory.
Ten members of chambers are now ranked in the Personal Injury category, including new entries Christopher Edwards and Charlie Woodhouse, and Paul Rose QC and David Rivers have risen in the rankings.
Katherine Howells sees further success as she climbs in Aviation and enters the Travel Law rankings for the first time.
Seven members have been ranked in Professional Discipline and Regulatory Law, including Mark Sutton QC who climbed in the rankings.
To view all of our rankings, please click here.
Congratulations to all of our members and thank you to all of our clients that provided feedback to the researchers.
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