Leading South East law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has once again been recognised in the prestigious Chambers UK Guide for 2021. The firm has retained top band one ranking for a notable five practice areas, with 11 recommended overall.
Agriculture and rural property, clinical negligence, family/matrimonial and personal injury all retained band one rankings for Kent. Court of Protection has retained its UK-wide band one rank.
An impressive 24 lawyers are also ranked, with senior partner Joanna Pratt moving up to band one for family/matrimonial, Oliver Chapman, a partner in the clinical negligence and personal injury team recognised as ‘up and coming’, and senior associate Faye Cook from the corporate and commercial team lauded as an ‘associate to watch’.
These rankings are in addition to the recent Chambers High Net Worth Guide. This saw the firm’s private client team ranked as band one for the region for the first time and the residential conveyancing team recognised once again UK wide for its real estate: high value residential work.
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Sarah Henwood, CEO at Thomson Snell & Passmore, comments: “It is a great achievement to once again be recognised in this respected guide, and something we are especially proud of in our landmark 450th year.”