We are delighted to announce that Hunters has once again given a strong performance in the 2020 edition of Chambers and Partners UK.
Three departments are highlighted: Agriculture & Rural Affairs, Family/Matrimonial and Art and Cultural Property Law, with seven practitioners being specifically recommended.
The Agriculture & Rural Affairs Department is ranked in Band 3, with Jonathan Godwin-Austen ranked in Band 4 and Jonathan Thompson highlighted as an ‘Associate to watch’.
The Family/Matrimonial Department is also highly regarded in Band 3, with the following four practitioners being strongly recommended: Henry Hood (Band 2), Hetty Gleave (Band 3), Jo Carr-West (Band 4) and Richard Kershaw (Recognised Practitioner).
Ranked in Band 3, the Art and Cultural Property Law Department is highly recommended with both Gregor Kleinknecht (Band 3) and Hetty Gleave (Band 3) ranked.
For full quotes about individual Hunters partners and the rankings in more detail, please see the full listing here.