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Browne Jacobson improves on UK Legal 500 rankings

28 September 2012

Browne Jacobson has enhanced its rankings in a number of key practice areas according to the newly released edition of the UK Legal 500.

For the first time the firm was singled out as the pre-eminent regional heavyweight law firm in the East Midlands. The firms Nottingham office achieved top tier rankings in 23 areas, including a Tier 1 ranking for the firms Construction team for the first time.

In the West Midlands the firm enhanced its position in a number of its key sector areas including a first time ranking for its Education team and increased rankings for its EU & Competition Law and IT & Telecoms practice teams.

In London the firms commercial property retail team moved up an impressive four tiers from Tier 6 to Tier 2. The Education team improved its rankings to Tier 2 and Head of Education Mark Blois was named as a leading individual in London for the first time. The Local Government team was also ranked for the first time.

Iain Blatherwick, Managing Partner at Browne Jacobson, was delighted with the firms latest listings:

"This is another set of impressive rankings for Browne Jacobson.

"We continually strive to strengthen and improve in all our practice areas and we are delighted that Legal 500 has recognised the great strides many of our teams have made over the last year.

"Its a highly competitive marketplace and the rankings reflect the tremendous team work and effort made by people at every level of our firm."

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