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Recognition for Clarke Willmott’s Cardiff office in Chambers and Partners 2024 guide

The Cardiff office of national law firm Clarke Willmott LLP has once again been recognised in the annual Chambers and Partners Guide.

The office has retained a Band 2 ranking for its social housing offering, and Band 3 for banking and finance in the guide which recognises leading firms and legal advisers.

In the individual ratings, social housing partner Vicky Kells has moved up a rank to Band 1 while Fraser MacRae has moved up a rank to Band 2. Bethan Evans in banking and finance is a new entry at Band 3.

Both lawyers also retain their Band 3 ranking nationally for their work in the social housing: finance category.

Clarke Willmott CEO Peter Swinburn, said: “We are delighted with this year’s Chambers and Partners rankings, particularly following our equally impressive Legal 500 results earlier this month.

“To rank in 26 specialist practice areas with an incredible 66 of our people receiving recommendations is a great achievement and strongly indicates the breadth and depth of our service offering.

“We were particularly pleased with the excellent testimonials from our clients who are quoted in the guide and can attest, first hand, to the work we do and the way we look after them. Top tier ratings are a great recognition of quality and we take great pride in achieving good results both in terms of our practice areas and our individual lawyers, who are so talented and hard-working.”

Chambers and Partners differentiates the best legal talent by identifying and ranking law firms and lawyers globally.

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