Chambers is delighted to have been recognised once again as a Band 1 set for Chancery: Traditional and Offshore in Chambers & Partners: UK Bar 2023. XXIV Old Buildings is also ranked as a leading set in Aviation, Chancery: Commercial, Commercial Dispute Resolution, Company, Fraud: Civil, Partnership and Restructuring/Insolvency.
The number of individual rankings has increased to 88 this year across 19 practice areas, including Art & Cultural Property Law, Aviation, Banking & Finance, Chancery: Commercial, Chancery: Traditional, Charities, Commercial Dispute Resolution, Company, Financial Services, Fraud: Civil, Arbitrators, International Arbitration: General Commercial & Insurance, Offshore, Partnership, Real Estate, Restructuring & Insolvency, Sport, Travel: Regulatory & Commercial and Trusts.
XXIV Old Buildings is described by clients as “an exceptional set with accessible, expert barristers combined with prompt and talented clerks and practice managers” and highlighted for possessing “significant talent in the commercial litigation sphere at both silk and junior level and having barristers who are praised by interviewees for being “able to handle complex and sophisticated matters with ease.””
The practice management team is praised for being “very professional, helpful and commercial.” Paul Horsfield and Perry Brown are described as being “at the top of their game” and providing “a really good service.” James Ladbrook is described as going “above and beyond to make sure assistance is always available” and Tommie Drury as “really friendly” and “willing to go the extra mile for you.”
The full rankings and editorial can be found here.