Balfour+Manson maintains Band 1 Chambers ranking in Personal Injury, Medical Negligence and Civil Liberties11/03/2016

Balfour+Manson are pleased to be continuing to grow and improve the firm’s Chambers UK Guide to the Legal Profession rankings.  The firm has been ranked top in clinical (medical) negligence (mainly claimant) and personal injury (mainly claimant) categories for the 13th year running and continue to be ranked top for Civil Liberties & Human Rights in the Chambers UK Guide to the Legal Profession 2017. In addition we have 5 partners ranked top in their practice areas.

The full breakdown can be seen below.

Band 1: Clinical Negligence (mainly claimant); Personal Injury (mainly claimant); and Civil Liberties & Human Rights

Band 2: Family/Matrimonial and Professional Discipline

Band 3: Professional NegligenceCharities and Administrative & Public Law

Band 4: Private Client and Employment

Individual rankings

Band 1: Elaine Motion, Civil Liberties & Human Rights; Fred Tyler, Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury (mainly claimant); Shona Smith, Family/Matrimonial; David McIntosh, Personal Injury (mainly claimant), Ann Logan, Clinical Negligence (mainly claimant)

Band 2: Elaine Motion, Clinical Negligence (mainly claimant) and Professional Discipline; David McIntosh, Clinical Negligence (mainly claimant)

Band 3: David Flint, Professional Negligence

Band 4: Elaine Motion, Litigation; Robert Holland, Employment; David Campbell, Private Client

Other: David Short is recognised as a Senior Statesman in Personal Injury while John Hodge a Senior Statesman for Charities work. Sindi Mules continues to be recognised as an Associate to Watch in Civil Liberties & Human Rights while Karen Gibbons and Kirsten Knight continue to be recognised as an Associate to Watch in Family/Matrimonial work.

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