The rankings celebrate the most innovative law firms and legal service providers in the UK and across Europe.
Chambers gained commendations in the ‘Rule of Law and Access for Justice’ category for their work relating to the Rohingya crisis and in the ‘Dispute Resolution’ category for the Special Tribunal case concerning alleged Lebanon terrorist Assad Sabra.
Joint Head of Chambers Gillian Jones QC and Tony Shaw QC said:
“Chambers is thrilled to be recognised for its innovation and client focussed approach, ensuring that we continue to offer an excellent service to our clients which embraces the challenges of the digital era, as well as receiving commendations for the ground-breaking work carried out by our Chambers’ International Team.”
Chambers beat off stiff competition to be ranked in the top 50 with the FT receiving over 750 submissions from 163 law firms, legal service providers, organisations and 47 in-house legal teams.
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