28th September, 2012
Aaron & Partners marks special hat trick
Aaron & Partners is celebrating having won more plaudits than any of our city rivals in an industry ‘bible’ for the third year running.
Published annually, the Legal 500 series provides independent rankings of law firms in more than 100 countries and is widely regarded as the definitive industry guide.
Aaron & Partners is recommended as a top-tier firm in three practice areas in this year’s newly released North West edition, and we are praised for our work in a further 13 practice areas across every major service line including planning and environment, employment and family law.
We are also mentioned extensively in the Welsh edition, owing to our work for clients across North Wales. In total, 17 of the firm’s lawyers are recommended in the guide.
Aaron & Partners chief executive Andy Duxbury said: “To again receive more recommendations than any other firm in Cheshire in such a respected guide to the legal profession as the Legal 500 is a tremendous accolade.
“This achievement is testament to the hard work of everyone at Aaron & Partners. It’s rewarding to know that our dedication to getting excellent results for our clients has been recognised by the industry’s most respected guide.”
Among the recommendations there is particular praise for the corporate & commercial, commercial litigation and agriculture/estates teams – all of which have retained top-tier rankings in their respective categories.
Senior lawyers recommended in the guide include head of wills, trusts and tax Clive Pointon, transport law specialist Tim Culpin and commercial litigation experts David Harries and John Devoy.
Andy Duxbury added: “With so many of our partners and practice areas and singled out for praise, we have received as many recommendations as some of the larger firms based in Liverpool or Manchester.
“This goes to show that businesses and individuals can get great legal advice here in Chester.”
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