The Times right for recognition at DMH Stallard

13 Nov 2020

Law firm DMH Stallard has been included in The Times Top 200 law firms in the UK.

The leading south east law firm has six offices across Sussex, Surrey and London and employs over 250 people.

The Times 2021 list includes ‘the best lawyers for business, public and private-client law’ in England and Wales.

Richard Pollins, Managing Partner at DMH Stallard, said:

“It’s quite an honour to be included by The Times in its list of top law firms and this is all thanks to my incredible colleagues.  At a time when the country remains in the grip of a horrendous pandemic they continue to do a first class job for all their clients.

“The response of the firm since the first lockdown in March fills me with great pride.”

DMH Stallard was also recently recognised by Chambers, another leading authority for ranking the most outstanding law firms and lawyers throughout the world.

Richard added:

“There is no doubt the uncertainty we’re living with will continue for some time, despite the great news this week about the vaccine trials.

“However long it takes to fully emerge from the pandemic, we will continue to follow the guidance, keep people safe and provide the exemplary service our clients expect.”

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