Chambers 2012 Leaders in their fields
12 HJA solicitors recognised by legal 'who's who'
15th July 2012
Hodge Jones & Allen LLP is proud to learn
this week that 12 solicitors have been recognised as 'leaders in
their fields' in the forthcoming Chambers UK 2012
The solicitors are:
Patrick Allen - Personal Injury: Mainly Claimant
Olivia Lawson - Clinical Negligence: Mainly Claimant
Anna-Louise Thwaites - Civil Liberties &
Human Rights (London & UK-wide); Police Law: Mainly Claimant
Edward Kirton-Darling - Civil Liberties &
Human Rights (London & UK-wide)
Jocelyn Cockburn - Civil Liberties & Human Rights
(London & UK-wide); Police Law: Mainly Claimant (UK-wide)
Susie Labinjoh - Police Law: Mainly Claimant
Ian Greenidge - Social Housing: Tenants (London &
Nigel Richardson - Crime (London (Firms))
Raj Chada - Crime (London (Firms))
Sandra Paul - Crime (London (Firms))
Emma Hall - Children: Public Law Matters
Toby Hales - Family/Matrimonial (London (Firms))
To have 12 solicitors recognised, 10 of whom
are partners (out of a partnership of 28) is very good news. Last
year (2011 directory) we had 11 solicitors recognised, with
nine in the 2010 directory and four in
2009. This shows that our individuals and teams
are deservedly becoming recognised for the outstanding
work they achieve on a daily and annual basis.
The civil liberties and police law team
now has four recognised individuals, highlighting the strong
reputation and high level of work which the firm
achieves - two of the solicitors listed
above, Edward and Anna, are the first non-partners
we’ve ever had listed.
The Chambers UK Legal Directory requires
each firm to submit a work and staff highlights summary
and conducts interview-based research with peers and clients.
The individual rankings and full directory publication launch
will be available/take place in October.