Serle Court ranked Band 1 for Chancery: Traditional in Chambers HNW 2019
We are extremely proud to announce that chambers’ expertise in the field of Traditional Chancery has been highlighted by Chambers & Partners in their High Net Worth directory 2019. Once again, chambers has been ranked under Band 1 for Chancery: Traditional recognising 7 of our Silks and 5 of our Juniors.
Constance McDonnell QC receives a ranking as a New Silk and is described as being highly respected in the traditional chancery market for her handling of the most high-profile matters.
William Henderson is highlighted as a Star Individual and described as “an exceptionally personable barrister”.
Rising star Emma Hargreaves is described as “very tenacious, almost ferocious, with fight, focus and commitment” by one source.
Andrew Bruce is congratulated for his ranking in the Art and Cultural Property Law section, being described as “incredibly thorough and incredibly quick at turning stuff round. He is a go-to name."
Our client service is also acknowledged, where one source comments that “They don’t feel like external counsel. They are fantastic.” Various sources also comment on the excellence of our clerking, saying: "The clerks are fantastic - user-friendly, engaged, commercial. Very much on board with what it is we're trying to do." "It’s an absolute breeze to instruct them - the clerks are really responsive and good, very available, and respond quickly.”
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