Ranking Recognition for Essex Law Firm
6 November 2014 by Paula Fowler
Legal directory Chambers and Partners UK, have launched their 2015 rankings. The new edition, published last week, sees Essex and London law firm Fisher Jones Greenwood (FJG) securing an extremely successful set of rankings with high praise for their ranked departments and individuals.
The directory provides clients with a reliable guide to the UK legal profession and the latest rankings come less than a month after the updated Legal500, another prestigious Legal directory. With two successful sets of rankings in the bag, the reputation of the firm continues to be enhanced across the South East.
In the latest rankings, FJG have secured a band one ranking for the family team with their ‘expertise in children law’ highlighted. The Immigration team has also secured a band four ranking with comments on the ‘level of service and quality’ provided. Allied to this are four lawyers recognised as ‘Leaders in their field’; Family partners Simon Osborn and Jane Wilson, senior commercial partner Tony Fisher and ‘rising star’ Beth Baird, partner in the Employment team.
“The new rankings are a great achievement for FJG and it is fantastic to see the hard work paying off with recognition in such a prestigious legal publication” Paula Fowler, Managing Partner at FJG commented. “It is confirmation that our approach of always putting the client first with innovative and flexible service is one that resonates and one that is effective.”
“The recognition is also a tribute to the expertise of our lawyers who are constantly driving us forward to be ranked with the best. 2015 will only see us improve our services further to make sure we continue to offer clients a truly top tier experience.”
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