We are delighted to be listed once again as a leading law firm in the latest edition of Chambers and Partners.
Our Family department has again been ranked as a Band 1 firm in the Family/Children Law: Public Law Matters category. Our Family department has also been ranked as Band 2 in the new category of Family/Children Law.
In relation to the firm, Chambers UK states:
They are very committed to their clients and getting the best solution and outcome for them.
TV Edwards gave me clear, positive advice and there was always someone on hand who could help.
Our Crime department has maintained its Band 3 status in Chambers and Partners. In relation to our Crime team, Chambers UK states:
They are responsive and put the client’s needs at the centre of their decision making.
They’re a very close-knit team who are extremely approachable – clients love them.
The Social Welfare team maintains its ranking in Band 2 for our Social Housing work for tenants. Here is what Chambers says about the Social Welfare team:
The team work in an organised and sympathetic way.
We are pleased to see that the following 10 lawyers at TV Edwards have been mentioned and recognised by the Chambers and Partners.
- Hannah Perry – Band 1
- Deborah Piccos – Band 2
- Katie Brown – Band 2
- Mark Ashford – Band 2
- Jacky Starling – Band 3
- Adrienne Wright – Band 3
- Anest Mathias – Band 3
- Shaun Livingston – Associate to watch
- Claire Longland – Associate to watch
- Jenny Mansell – Associate to watch
Here are some great quotes from Chambers:
Adrienne Wright is fantastic and one of the most supportive litigators you can have – she is always on hand and goes the extra mile.
Mark Ashford puts an extraordinary amount of work into his cases and he is excellent at communicating with young clients.
Anest Mathias has an excellent manner with vulnerable clients who require extra help and attention. She is empathetic, thoughtful and kind whilst still providing sound advice and a good quality service.
Claire Longland instils a sense of quiet confidence and trust in her clients that is invaluable.
Deborah is a very good advocate who gives a personal service to every one of her clients. She is always incredibly calm, measured and persuasive, which comes from her in-depth knowledge of the papers and asking the right questions.
Hannah is incredibly organised and very forensic in her analysis of a case.
Jacky Starling provides a high standard of service to the defendant and her level of sophistication, commercial awareness and vision are excellent.
Katie Brown is fantastic.
Shaun Livingston’s grip on the detail is profound and his ability to draw together evidence for the whole view of the case, even when it is hugely complex, is unbelievable.