SA Law leads the pack for recommended lawyers in Legal 500 in Hertfordshire

Tue 17th Nov 2015

The two leading UK legal directories – Chambers & Partners and The Legal 500 – have revealed the results of their 2015 research, with The Legal 500 positioning SA Law as the firm with the highest number of recommended legal experts in Hertfordshire.

16 of SA Law’s experts were named by The Legal 500, spanning the firm’s Corporate, Business Services, Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Commercial Property, Employment, Family, and Sports teams.

The firm’s Family department also retained its top tier position in Chambers & Partners, with Marilyn Bell and Kiran Beeharry specifically mentioned as notable practitioners – joining 7 other SA Law notable practitioners nominated by the directory.

Some extremely complimentary editorial feedback was received from both directories, with The Legal 500 citing SA Law as a “major player in the South East of the UK.” Client quotes published in Chambers & Partners include “an impressive firm with a broad range of practice,” “the firm is very supportive, efficient and gets results,” and “a very good alternative to a City firm.”

“It’s extremely rewarding to be thought of so highly,” comments Steve Ryan, SA Law’s Managing Partner. “The publishing of these two directories is always a high point of the legal calendar as it helps us to gather another perspective on how we’re working for our clients. Thank you to everyone who took part in the extensive research that both directories undertake, and to the researchers who undertook it.”

“We’re delighted to be considered the leading Family department in the region by Chambers & Partners,” adds department head Marilyn Bell. “This is where our joined up approach to solving the problems that business professionals can face in their personal lives really pays off. Working hand in hand with our strong commercial teams means executives, entrepreneurs and other business professionals have first class advice tailored to their specific needs.”