DMH Stallard retains Top Tier rankings

08 Oct 2020

Leading south east law firm DMH Stallard has retained all eight of its top tier rankings in the latest Legal 500 directory.
 
The 2021 Legal 5OO is a legal guide that ranks legal services all over the world.
 
In addition to the top tier rankings achieved, the firm was also recognised for nine other specialist areas.
 
Richard Pollins, Managing Partner of DMH Stallard, said:
 
“We’re very proud of all our service teams. There have been some challenging times in recent months, but receiving praise from so many clients and contacts through independent research gives us all a real boost.”
 
The teams ranked were as follows:
 
Banking and finance Top Tier
Corporate and commercial Top Tier
Debt Recovery Top Tier
Employment Top Tier
Environment and planning Top Tier
Intellectual property Top Tier
Personal tax, trusts and probate Top Tier
REDR Top Tier
Dispute Resolution Tier 2
Real Estate Tier 2
Immigration Tier 2
IT and telecoms Tier 3
Family (Kent, Surrey, Sussex) Tier 3
Restructuring and insolvency Tier 3
Personal injury and clinical negligence: claimant Tier 3
Family (London) Tier 6
Travel UK-wide
 
DMH Stallard employs nearly 300 people, including over 60 partners, across five offices in Crawley, Guildford, London, Brighton and Horsham.
 
Legal 500 undertakes an extensive research programme on an annual basis.  The full results can be found online here: bit.ly/34xAwBA 

 

 

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