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22 October 2020 0 Comments
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Royds Withy King celebrates legal rankings

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We have achieved excellent rankings in the newest editions of the influential The Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners directories, cementing our national reach and reputation.

We have been named as a leading law firm across multiple legal disciplines with 34 lawyers individually recognised by Chambers and Partners and 51, including seven partners in the elite ‘Leading lawyers’ list, recognised by The Legal 500.

Every year, The Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners directories conduct the largest and most thorough analysis of the UK’s legal market, interviewing some 25,000 lawyers and their clients, and then ranking firms and their lawyers by legal discipline and location. Both are considered an indispensable guide for the buyers of legal services.

In The Legal 500, we have been ranked in the top tiers for Corporate, Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury, Family Law and Contentious Trust and Probate. We also achieved 13 additional rankings across multiple practice areas.

In Chambers and Partners, across the UK and High Net Worth guides, nine top band rankings were achieved in the Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury, Family/Matrimonial, Private Wealth Law and Sport (horse racing and equestrian) sections. Overall, we are recommended across 15 practice areas in London and in the South, including a new London ranking in the Senior Executives section of the Employment category.

Graham Street, Managing Partner at Royds Withy King, said: “The Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners have confirmed what we and our clients have known for quite some time – that Royds Withy King has very talented people and is one of the best law firms in the UK.

“The sheer volume of individual and practice area recommendations is testament to the hard work and talent of all our teams. Our congratulations to all those departments and individuals recognised.

For more information, contact Head of Communications, Chloe Boyce on

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