Chambers 2013 – Hunters’ success

  • November 08, 2012
  • By Hunters Law

We are pleased to report that the latest edition of the legal directory Chambers UK highlights the firm’s strong performance in the areas of Agricultural and Rural Affairs, Family/Matrimonial and Private Client.

The Agricultural and Rural Affairs team has moved up a band, and is described as “enjoyable to work with and professional. I recommend them without hesitation.”Patricia Sykes, Edward Martineau, Joe Richardson and Jonathan Godwin-Austen are all recommended as key individuals in the team.

The Family and Matrimonial department is “efficient and switched on” and offers “a very good working experience of the latest procedures and case law, with great attention to detail”; Henry Hood is listed as a key individual.

Our Private Client group is described as “venerable” and “lauded for its service to traditional estates”, whilst its solicitors are “very personable and on top of their games”.Joe Richardson and Graham Ogilvie are recommended as key individuals.

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