Double celebrations at top law firm
Cripps Pemberton Greenish continues to maintain its status as the South East’s leading law firm after being recognised regionally and nationally by both the Legal 500 and Chambers UK directories for its wide-ranging expertise.
The firm achieved a great result in the Legal 500, being ranked in the top tier for 17 of its practice areas in the South East. The guide also ranked the firm in a further three practice areas in the South East, and five in London. In addition, 12 lawyers were ranked as leading individuals, with a further 7 achieving recognition as next generation partners and rising stars. Head of Residential Estates, Kerry Glanville, was highlighted in the Legal 500 “Hall of Fame” for her expertise in property litigation.
In Chambers, Cripps was again recommended across 17 practice areas, with 8 receiving band one rankings. The firm continues to be recognised as national leaders in real estate litigation and private wealth law. Furthermore, a total of 30 lawyers were recommended across 16 practice areas. Olivier Morel, a French and English dually-qualified lawyer in the corporate team, received recognition in Chambers Global guide.
Managing partner, Gavin Tyler, commented: “We are very delighted to continue to rank so highly in so many of our practice areas. This past year hasn’t been easy for many people, and we are proud to have been able to adapt so quickly as a firm to ensure we can continue supporting our clients through this challenging time.
These results are testament to the hard work put in by our people every day and demonstrates their passion in ensuring our clients are always at the heart of everything we do.”