Bevan Brittan rankings in Chambers UK 2017

Chambers UK 2017 lists Bevan Brittan as a Band 1 firm in four practice areas, with nine Band 1 individual rankings.

03/11/2016

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Joanne Easterbrook

Senior Partner

Firm:

Leading law firm guide, Chambers, published their annual UK rankings this week. In the 2017 Chambers UK rankings, Bevan Brittan has ranked as a Band 1 firm in four UK-wide practice areas:

  • Clinical Negligence (Defendant)
  • Healthcare
  • Local Government
  • Professional Discipline.  

Individuals

Nine individuals at Bevan Brittan achieved the Band 1 (highest level) ranking.

The Chambers UK 2017 guide covers 50 cities and counties in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It also covers 70 specialist areas of law. You can find out more here.

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