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Top Chambers ranking for Browne Jacobson

31 October 2011

Browne Jacobson has been ranked first or second in 15 key practice areas according to the latest edition of Chambers UK, the independent directory of law firms in the UK.

In addition the firm achieved a national ranking for the first time in Healthcare Mental Health, Health & Safety and PFI/PPP bringing the total number of nationally ranked areas to seven.

Regionally the firm was ranked first in Dispute Resolution, Real Estate, Restructuring/Insolvency, Social Housing, Private Client and Environment.

Chambers UK ranks law firms and lawyers in 70 specialist areas of the law and is widely regarded as one of the leading independent legal directories for the sector.

Researchers also rate individual lawyers and once again a record number were rated as leaders in their field in this years directory. Of the 48 lawyers rated 32 are based in the firms Nottingham office, 15 in Birmingham and 1 in London. Last year 42 of the firms lawyers were rated by the guide.

William Colacicchi, Senior Partner at Browne Jacobson, said:

"These rankings reflect the opinions of both our peer group and clients so we are delighted that once again we have both improved and cemented our ranking in a number of key areas, both regionally and nationally. This success, coupled with the record number of leading individuals singled out this year, reflects our commitment to the highest levels of legal expertise and client service."

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