Published: 08 November 2017 by Carl Weston
Law firm Poppleston Allen has again grabbed the headlines with its results from Chambers & Partners 2018 legal directory.
Amongst an impressive number of mentions and client testimonials, the firm can now boast that it is the only firm of licensing solicitors in England and Wales to top the rankings in two separate locations; London and the Regions.
What’s more, the firm now has more solicitors ranked in Band 1 than any other licensing firm in England and Wales.
Chambers & Partners directory is the most comprehensive worldwide guide to law firms and solicitors. The directories’ editors base their results on a range of criteria including interviews with clients and peers along with in-depth analysis of the firm’s work from the last 12 months.
Jonathan Smith, Poppleston Allen’s Managing Partner, comments: “We are delighted to again feature so strongly in the annual Chambers and Partners legal survey and to improve on what was already an impressive showing in 2017.
“It’s no surprise, but extremely welcome news, that Lisa Inzani has now moved to Band 1 in London alongside Clare Eames, and that the London office as a whole has moved into Band 1. The London team is working with some of the most exciting leisure brands around today.”
He continues: “What makes these results even more pleasing is that they come hot on the heels of the Legal 500 legal survey, where again we received record recognition.“
Poppleston Allen has more solicitors and offices ranked for alcohol licensing in Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500 than any other law firm in the UK.
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