Walker Morris achieves rankings in 27 practice areas in 2014 Chambers & Partners
Walker Morris has been ranked in 27 practice areas in the 2014 edition of Chambers & Partners. These include five UK-wide rankings for administrative and public law, education, local government, PFI/PPP and retail.
In addition, the law firm picked up new rankings for its specialist areas of professional negligence, social housing and education.
Walker Morris is also ranked as a national leader (outside London) in five practice areas: corporate/M&A, litigation, planning, real estate and restructuring/insolvency.
The Chambers rankings follow similar success in the latest Legal 500 UK guide published last month, in which 12 Walker Morris partners were awarded the status of Leading Individual.
A further 32 partners and consultants were identified as leading lawyers in their specialisms.
This achievement is reinforced by a strong performance across the firm, with 31 practice areas recommended, 23 of which are ranked in either Tier 1 or Tier 2.
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