Ashfords has increased the number of its top band partners recognised in independent guide to the UK legal sector Chambers.
Partners recognised include Susie Murray for Agriculture & Rural Affairs; Rebecca Dury for Banking & Finance; Stephen Homer for Construction; Andrew Perkins for Litigation, Michael Alden for Private Wealth, Tim Heal for Real Estate; Paul Butterworth for Social Housing; Rory Mac-Neice for Sport: Horse Racing & Equestrian, John Pindard for Tax and Robert Horsey for Wills and Inheritance Disputes. Michael Alden and Robert Horsey have also been recognised in the High Net Worth Guide.
The firm also had six lawyers recognised as star associates and associates to watch spanning specialisms including social housing, construction, private wealth, court of protection, family/matrimonial and litigation.
The firm was ranked in 21 areas. Top band practice areas include Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Banking and Finance, Construction, Litigation, Real Estate, Social Housing, Sport and Tax.
Louise Workman, Partner and CEO at Ashfords, commented:
“It’s fantastic to see our lawyers’ legal and sector expertise recognised in Chambers. Being ambitious for our colleagues and clients and helping them to achieve their full potential, is a core part of the Ashfords approach.”
Chambers is a legal ranking and insights intelligence company, which assesses lawyers and law firms around the world to provide independent intelligence and market insights.
Chambers partner bands relate to the South West apart from Sport, Horse Racing & Equestrian which is UK wide.
Ashfords are valued legal partners to a wide range of corporate, public sector and private clients across the UK and internationally, counted on by clients to get the right result whether that’s delivering commercial objectives, protecting family assets, making investments or solving disputes. The firm has four UK offices in Bristol, Exeter, London and Plymouth and through its international network can support clients in over 70 countries worldwide.