Thames Valley-based national and international law firm Boyes Turner has been awarded a raft of top rankings in the latest Chambers & Partners legal directories. Several of its practice areas were ranked in band 1 in the highly regarded directory - the best rank possible.
Our Information Technology team is noted for standing out for its “bench strength and expertise” across a wide range of areas and considered a top choice for clients on matters concerning digital media, FMCG data harvesting and supply management systems.
Commenting on our Media and Publishing team, the body wrote that it was a “respected traditional and digital publishing practice” with additional capabilities in advertising and marketing.
Andrew Chalkley, Partner and CEO of Boyes Turner commented,
“We are immensely proud to achieve the top rankings in Chambers. It is clear recognition of the hard work and success the firm has had over the last 12 months. Our proximity to London and Heathrow has helped us attract a wealth of talent to the firm. We’re offering the excellence and quality of London law firms, without the London overheads and other downsides. These excellent results demonstrate how well this strategy is working for our valued clients.”
Chambers & Partners has been producing legal directories since 1990 and now covers 185 jurisdictions. A full-time team of over 170 people rank law firms and its lawyers from across the globe, making it one of the leading assessors of excellence.
Boyes Turner achieved band 1 rankings in the following practice areas:
- Clinical Negligence (Reading and surrounds)
- Personal Injury (Reading and surrounds)
- Information Technology (Thames Valley)
- Restructuring and Insolvency (Thames Valley)
These top tier rankings follow on from the strong Legal 500 rankings Boyes Turner achieved last month, highlighting the consistently high regard Boyes Turner is held in by peers and clients across the legal industry.
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