‘Absolute leaders in the field’ Sharpe Pritchard remain a ‘Top Ranked’ firm in Chambers and Partners 2020

11 October 2019

Sharpe Pritchard, the London-based firm of Solicitors and Parliamentary Agents, has once again been named as a ‘Top Ranked’ firm in the Chambers and Partners 2020 guide, with one client describing the firm’s lawyers as ‘absolute leaders in the field’.

The firm’s departments and partners are ranked as follows:

Ranked departments

Ranked Lawyers

London

Construction: Purchaser

Justin Mendelle

Planning

Brian Hurwitz

Denise Stephenson

 

Jo Pickering 

UK wide

Local Government

Parliamentary & Public Affairs: Electoral Law

Emyr Thomas

Parliamentary & Public Affairs: Parliamentary Agency

Alastair Lewis (Band 1)

Emyr Thomas

Projects: PFI/PPP

Roseanne Serrelli

Nicola Sumner

Public Procurement

 

 

The prestigious rankings are based upon detailed written submissions, setting out the highlights of the firm’s work in each practice area, as well as feedback from client referees on the work carried out for them.

Highlights from client comments include:

“I would class them as absolute leaders in the field. They are extremely knowledgeable” (Parliamentary)

“They are very professional but, more than that, they clearly demonstrate a desire to deliver the best possible outcome for their clients.” (Local Government)

“Sharpe Pritchard employees have a manner that puts you at ease. Their experience in this sector provides them with a calm assurance and a thorough understanding of the political environment.” (Public Procurement)

Alastair Lewis, Senior Partner, said: “We are very pleased to have once again received such a strong set of rankings, particular as they reflect the feedback the researchers have received from our clients.

“It is very rewarding to be described in such glowing terms by people with first-hand knowledge of the service we provide.”

This article is for general awareness only and does not constitute legal or professional advice. The law may have changed since this page was first published.

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