Joelson ranked in Legal 500 2019

The Legal 500 guide, the world’s leading independent authority on the best law firms and lawyers in the UK, has recommended London law firm Joelson across a number of categories in its latest 2019 edition.

Prepared each year by a dedicated team of researchers, the guide is the go-to reference point for in-house counsel, businesses and clients looking to find the best legal advisers in the UK.

Listings are based in part on feedback from clients who work with the firms being considered for inclusion in the guide.

Joelson has achieved recognition across four different legal service categories in the 2019 rankings with ten of its lawyers having been individually recommended.

The firm’s Corporate and Commercial team has been recommended for its M&A work based on the work undertaken by “highly commercial” partners Paul Chiappe, Phil Hails-Smith and Philippa Sturt.

Joelson’s litigation team, led by Joanne Gregory, is also ranked and “punches well above its weight, with high-profile clients and a very personal yet professional service”.

The “friendly, sensible, and reliable” Joelson Employment team has been ranked twice for its work with ‘Employers’ and ‘Senior Executives’. Both David Greenhalgh and Jennifer Maxwell-Harris are recognised as “high-profile partners”.

For its Gaming & Licensing services, Joelson has been recognised for its work in the hospitality & leisure sectors.

Speaking on behalf of all of the listed departments at Joelson, David Greenhalgh, partner, said:

“We are absolutely delighted to once again be listed in so many categories within this year’s prestigious and independent Legal 500 guide. We are grateful to our loyal clients for sharing their positive experiences of working with us with the guide.”

Click here to read Joelson’s full listing within The Legal 500 guide 2019

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