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Browne Jacobson ranked as one of the UK’s best law firms by The Times

4 November 2021

Browne Jacobson has been recognised as one of the UK’s most highly regarded law firms with its ranking in The Times “Best Law Firms 2022”, published today (4 November). This is the fourth year that Browne Jacobson has been ranked.

The Times and the independent market-research company Statista conducted surveys among thousands of lawyers and used their responses to identify the leading 200 law firms in England &Wales, and the top 40 in Scotland.

In this year’s rankings the firm was commended for its expertise in administrative and public law, commercial dispute resolution, company & commercial, education and employment.

Work highlights included its role in advising Aspen Phoenix NewCo, the company that acquired Paperchase, and First Sentier Investors, an Australian global infrastructure asset management company, on two significant energy infrastructure acquisitions funded through its European Diversified Infrastructure Fund III. The firm’s commitment to improving social mobility in the legal profession was also praised.

The full 2022 rankings have been published in The Times paper, as is available on its digital platform.

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