We are delighted that seven of our departments have been ranked in The Legal 500 UK 2021:
- Agriculture and Estates – Tier 2
- Art and Cultural Property – Tier 2
- Charities and Not-for-Profit – Tier 3
- Contentious Trusts and Probate – Tier 3
- Family – Tier 2
- Family: Mediation – Tier 2
- Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate – Tier 2
The Agriculture and Estates department is ranked in Tier 2, with Alexandra Sarkis, Lucinda Tite, Peter Robinson and James Vernor-Miles noted as key contacts. Jonathan Thompson is recognised as a Rising Star and is highlighted as ‘legally meticulous’.
Both Hetty Gleave and Gregor Kleinknecht are recognised as Leading Individuals for Art and Cultural Property. Petra Warrington is also recognised as a key lawyer within this area.
In Charities and Not-for-Profit, Paul Almy and Wilfrid Vernor-Miles are recognised as key lawyers. Dominik Opaliński is also recognised and noted for being ‘consistently alert, careful and resourceful. He responds to the client’s concerns, circling back to ensure that all tasks are performed.’
Contentious trusts and probate remains strong in Tier 3, with Richard Kershaw recognised as a Leading Individual and David Draisey as a key lawyer.
Family is highly-regarded in Tier 2, noting that Hunters fields a ‘super team with a wealth of experience.‘ Both Henry Hood and Richard Kershaw are Leading Individuals, with Amy Scollan recognised as a Next Generation Partner.
Hunters also received exceptional recognition in Family: Mediation, with Partners Henry Hood and Jo Carr-West recognised as Leading Individuals.
The Firm remains strong in Tier 2 for Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate. Both Alexandra Sarkis and Jonathan Godwin-Austen are Leading Individuals, and Molly Wills is recognised as a Next Generation Partner.
Read Hunters’ full The Legal 500 UK 2021 rankings here.