08 Nov 2016

DMH Stallard has received high honours in two prestigious publications that annually benchmark the most successful law firms in the U.K.


Published by The Lawyer magazine, DMH Stallard has been officially ranked in the Top 100 law firms in the UK for the first time for some years after posting revenues of over £24m last year, while Chambers and Partners has recognised the firm with 19 team members cited as leaders in the field.


Chambers and Partners named Richard Pollins an ‘Eminent Practitioner’ in real estate and Martin Allen is a ‘Senior Statesman’ for real estate litigation.  Top tier departments in the rankings include private client, banking and finance, planning and mergers and acquisitions. And teams in intellectual property and litigation are upwardly mobile with both jumping to tier two. 


Richard Pollins, Managing Partner at DMH Stallard, said:

“It’s been a great time for the firm and these rankings mirror our growth trajectory across London and the South East.


“We now have over 260 people working in London and the region, all focused on delivering great service to our clients”.


“There will be no resting on our laurels, but I’m delighted the hard work, professionalism and expertise of so many colleagues have been recognised in this way.”

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