Hunt & Coombs Solicitors know their ‘Onions’ says UK’s best known Legal Guide

Picture of Denis White, Senior Director with Logo of Chambers UK 2014 Leading Firm
Pictured Senior Director Denis White

Hunt & Coombs Solicitors have received top rankings in The Chambers & Partners UK 2014 guide, who have been ranking the best law firms and lawyers since 1990.

Crime, Family, Private Client and Real Estate were all given a Band 1 ranking, the highest possible, by the editors and researchers employed at the Chambers UK head office in London . Assessment was carried out through questioning our clients and other professionals with whom we work on behalf of our clients, such as barristers. Rankings are given based on the effectiveness and capability of each department as a whole.

Andrew Cave, Simon Milburn, Anna Spriggs, Henry Anstey, Edward Owen, Denis White and Farhana Butt all received noteworthy praise of “building good relationships”, “holding the confidence of the court”, being “sympathetic, conscientious and hard-working” and having a “commercial approach to contract negotiations”.

“Henry Anstey remains a firm favourite among clients for all aspects of asset preservation and elderly client care work” says the Chambers report. “Sources praise him for ‘demystifying the process’ of trust creation, and say ‘he knows his onions!’.”

Senior Director Denis White (pictured), who was highly regarded for his involvement in complex public law care proceedings, said:

"It is a great honour to once again be recognised by Chambers & Partners. Our Lawyers go to great lengths to maintain their hard working reputation with clients; they are of course at the heart of everything we do. All of our lawyers should be extremely proud of this achievement as we continue to ensure our primary focus is on providing an effective and efficient service for our clients with the highest possible level of client care.’

The full report can be viewed on the Chambers & Partners website Chambers and Partners

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