Published: 11 October 2019 by Carl Weston
In The Legal 500, Poppleston Allen has again ranked Tier 1 for licensing in both the East Midlands and London. The directory also showed that Poppleston Allen had more of its solicitors ranked than any other licensing firm, with a record five of its Partners being classed in the elite ‘Leading Individual’ category, with Clare Eames, Lisa Inzani, Jonathan Smith and Lisa Sharkey joined for the first time by Graeme Cushion.
At the same time, Associate Hannah Price, who last year was named as a ‘Next Generation Lawyer’, a section of the Legal 500 that looks at the health of law firms in terms of their talent bank for the future, was ranked as a ‘Rising Star.’
It is a similar story in Chambers and Partners, which also lists Poppleston Allen as Band 1 for licensing in London and The Regions. Steve Burnett has joined the number of solicitors ranked by the guide and Graeme Cushion and Nick Arron have increased their rankings. This takes the number of ranked solicitors to 8 in total, with four holding Band 1 ranking and one, Lisa Sharkey, holding the prestigious Star Individual accolade.
Poppleston Allen Managing Partner, Lisa Sharkey, commented: “This is another set of impressive rankings for our teams and reflects the time we invest in developing relationships with our clients and delivering high levels of service. I am particularly pleased that the hard work of Graeme, Hannah, Steve and Nick has been recognised by the directories.”
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