Freeths celebrates top rankings in Chambers HNW Guide 2020

Freeths LLP has received outstanding reviews in this year's publication of the Chambers High Net Worth Guide with five ranked individuals and fantastic regional rankings.Chambers & Partners HNW (the guide to the Top Professional Advisers to High Net Worth Individuals) published their results on recommended law firms and individuals. Freeths LLP has, yet again, received great reviews and had been ranked in Band 1 of Law firms in the Oxford and Surrounds area for Private Wealth Law and Band 2 for the Nottingham and Surrounds region.Freeths LLP's highly regarded UK High Net-Worth Residential Real Estate team is also ranked with interviewees praising the team for their 'interdepartmental approach' and another source saying 'They work collegially for the good of the client and the other professionals involved.' Five individual lawyers have been ranked for their regions highlighting each individual's technical legal ability, professional conduct, commercial astuteness, diligence, and commitment. Lawyers listed include Nigel Roots - Band 1 (Private Wealth), Jane Maitland - Band 2 (Private Wealth), Mark Keeley - Band 1 (Private Wealth Disputes), Sarah Foster - Eminent Practitioner (Private Wealth Disputes), Sally Goodger - Associate to watch (Private Wealth Disputes).As well as being ranked in Band 1 for Private Wealth Disputes, Mark Keeley, is recognised on the 'Spotlight table' (a ranking which is given to individuals where the table does not have numerical rankings) as a Trust Mediator.Nigel Roots, Band 1 and Joint Head of the Family Wealth Team and Platinum Connect Client Services, says: “It is great to be acknowledged again for our strength, quality, and reputation. These results are a testament to the calibre of our lawyers and the high quality advice we provide nationally to private individuals.”

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