Published: 31 October 2018
Poppleston Allen has been singled out as one of the UK’s leading law firms.
The firm, which was founded in 1994, was named in the inaugural The Times Best Law Firms 2019 list, securing the only ranking for licensing and gambling.
The list sets out the top 200 law firms in England and Wales across a range of legal sectors.
Statista, an international market research firm, carried out the confidential research earlier this year.
It contacted more than 20,000 solicitors in England and Wales, and hundreds of clients, asking them to recommend the best law firms in any of 31 categories covering business, public and private-client fields.
Poppleston Allen’s Managing Partner, Lisa Sharkey, commented: “As we move toward celebrating our 25th year in business, this high-profile recognition highlights that the firm continues to go from strength to strength.
“I am grateful that the hard work of the team at Poppleston Allen has been recognised as this underlines our total commitment to providing the best licensing and gambling legal advice to all our clients, from independents to international operators.
“Our continued success is based on an amazing team of individuals who have created what Poppleston Allen is today. I would also like to thank our clients for their continued business, and ongoing friendship and support. We are proud, honored and humbled by this, but will not be resting on our laurels.”
This recent Best Times 2019 announcement comes hot-on-the-heels of the Legal 500 research directory results, showing Poppleston Allen as the head of the licensing scene; with eight of the firm’s solicitors ranked, four of which have been awarded the prestigious “Leading Individual” accolade.
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