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Further strong results for Clarke Willmott in 2022 Chambers & Partners guide

We are delighted to announce a strong set of results in the 2022 Chambers and Partners legal directory.

The guide, which ranks the most outstanding law firms and lawyers in the UK, recommended us in 32 practice areas with six departments achieving Tier 1 rankings.

There were also 71 individual recommendations for Clarke Willmott lawyers, 11 of which were Tier 1 rated, including several ‘associates to watch’, ‘star associates’ and ‘up and coming’ practitioners.

The results come shortly after the firm announced its impressive 2022 Legal 500 rankings.

Our chief executive Stephen Rosser, who was awarded an ‘Eminent Practitioner’ accolade for his work in real estate, said: “Once again we are delighted with this year’s Chambers and Partners rankings.

“To rank in 32 specialist practise areas with an incredible 71 of our people receiving recommendations is a great achievement and coming hot on the heels of our equally impressive Legal 500 results indicates the strength of our firm as a whole.

“Most encouraging, was the excellent testimonials from our clients who are quoted in the guide and can attest, first hand, to the service we provide. Top tier ratings are a great recognition of quality.

“We were pleased to see our Intellectual Property team in the North West and our Social Housing team in the South West Banking gain Tier 1 rankings, as well as our Finance practice in the South gain recognition this year with a Band 3 ranking.

“The results reflect the time we invest in developing relationships with our clients, our high level of service and our straightforward approach.”

Chambers and Partners ranks law firms and lawyers based on the research of 170 full-time editors and researchers who talk to lawyers and clients by conducting in-depth telephone interviews.


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