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12th November, 2018

Chambers and Partners UK Bar 2019 rankings announced

Chambers are delighted to report that the following five practice groups and members have been ranked as specialists within their specific area of practice by Chambers and Partners.

Chancery including ranked members Andrew Clark,  James Fryer-Spedding, David Gilchrist, Joanna Vicary, Richard Price

Employment including ranked members Paul Gilroy QC, Nigel Grundy, Lena Amartey, Stefan Brochwicz-Lewinski, Joanne Connolly, Rachael Levene, Edward Morgan, Louise Quigley, Rachel Wedderspoon.

Family including ranked members Rachael Heppenstall, Emma Greenhalgh.

Personal Injury including ranked members Christopher Kennedy QC, Ian Little, Brian McCluggage, Michael Lemmy, Matthew Snarr.

Professional Discipline including ranked members Nigel Grundy, Tom Gilbart, Catherine Cundy.

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