No5 Chambers Awarded Top Rankings In Legal 500

Wed, 23 Sep 2015

No5 Chambers has cemented its position as one of the country’s leading sets of barristers, according to the latest league tables released in the annual Legal 500, widely recognised as one of the most authoritative guides of law firms in the UK.

No5 has received a top tier ranking as a leading Midlands set, and a growing number of the firm’s barristers have been recommended as tier one experts in their field nationally.

Practice Director Tony McDaid, said No5 was delighted to be listed as a ‘national heavyweight’ noted for its ‘great depth of talent and choice’.

“This year’s rankings consolidate our position as a leading national set of chambers, and acknowledge the far reaching range of expertise that we offer.

“Our continued growth as a business along with a commitment to provide quality services for our clients is reaping rewards, testament I believe to the high calibre of both barristers and staff throughout the organisation.

“We were equally pleased to see mention of our ‘buoyant public access activity’ since the launch of NoVate Direct Legal Solutions.”

The Legal 500 rankings are much anticipated by the industry, and No5 Chambers has this year been recommended nationally and regionally. The set’s Planning Group has recurring national acclaim and 63 barristers across all areas of practice are listed in the Leading Juniors list nationwide. This compliments the 19 Queen’s Counsel who have also been given national recognition in their respective fields.

The name checked barristers are acknowledged as experts in their fields, with the firm receiving recognition for its work in a variety of areas including crime, employment, public law, property, family and the set’s largest area of expertise clinical negligence and personal injury.

Award winning No5 is one of the UK’s premier set of barristers’ chambers with more than 240 barristers and 28 silks. It has established a reputation for breaking new legal ground and is considered to be progressive and forward thinking.

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